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1971 
CATAMOUNT 



Potomac State College 

of 
West Virginia University 






Table of Contents 

Features 15 

Sports 33 

Queens 39 

Organizations 47 

Greeks 81 

Faculty and Administration 97 

Students 111 

Advertisements 157 



Students Begin New Life at Potomac State 



Slowly, stealthily a new year creeps upon the 
bewildered freshmen and the confident sopho- 
mores. Their new life at Potomac State College 
begins with the torture of registration and the 
fun of freshman week. Then they are caught up 
in the whirl of learning, participating in organi- 
zations, making new friends and creating their 
own solitude. Then it is graduation before the 
students realize it. Each one has passed through 
the eight lives of a Catamount and . . . 



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Students Initiated 
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Learning Becomes Part 
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Cats Enrich Their Lives By Participating 




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Warmth Of Friendship 
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A Life Of His Own 
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Cats Get Involved 




Graduation Ends Old Life, Begins New One 



Miss Lana McLaughlin Reigns Over 




Homecoming Activities 




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Parade, Cookout, Visiting Parents, 
Game And Dance Make A Busy Weekend 





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Players, Faculty 




Perform Prof. Anderson's 'Encounters' 




Students Adjust 
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Living And Learning 





Intramurals Provide 
Fun For Everyone 




Christmas Spirit 
Prevails On Campus 



Open House Shows How Other Half Lives 



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SPORTS 







ROW ONE: Coach L. Bolyard, F. Ross, L. Casteel, B. Morrison, K. Broker, D. Barnette, M. Manchin, M. Supak, R. Clark, S. Loy, I. Kalcum. 
ROW TWO: C. Shaffer, C. Anderson, R. Rubino, G. Jackson, M. Adrian, ]. Bord, R. Trickett, R. Hanni, A. Luvara, R. Oliverio, L. Tepper, 
Coach C. Perkins, C. Moran, Jr. ROW THREE: J. Rubinstein, B. Jurick, C. Moore, G. Martin, S. Fox, G. Young, D. Harper, K. Smith, S. 
Hammed, R. DeBastiani, T. Dooley, S. Householder. ROW FOUR: D. Eye, T. Shrout, M. Potoka, D. Sylvester, R. Hardeman, J. Augustine, S. 
Washuta, F. Scarpa, H. Fillinger. 



Cats Have Another Losing Season 



Potomac State's bid to win their season opener was 
smothered when the Owls from Harford, Maryland, 
routed the Catamounts 20-18. Quarterback Eddie 
Williams and Randy DeBastiani scored the three 
touchdowns for Potomac State. 

The Chowan Braves downed the Potomac State 
Catamounts by a 26-0 score when the Cats traveled 
to Murfreesboro, North Carolina. 

The Catamounts were swamped again, 54-14, by 
Wesley Jr. College in their third attempt for a first 
win. Despite the lopsided score, the Cats managed to 
roll up 154 yards for total offense. 

Marshall University Freshmen, aided by Potomac 
State's fumbles, scampered to a 20-6 victory when 
the visiting team clashed with the Catamounts. The 
loss to Marshall was the 19th consecutive loss for the 
Catamounts. 

The Potomac State Catamounts romped to a 20-13 
win when the grid team clashed with the Mont- 



gomery Junior College Knights at Staymen Field. The 
win was clinched late in the fourth quarter when Gus 
Jackson bulled his way into the end-zone on a three- 
yard run. On offense, Iggie Kalcum notched 81 
yards, while Gus Jackson and Eddie Williams each 
totaled 67 yards. Randy DeBastiani also rolled out a 
31-yard total. 

The Catamounts failed to make a second win when 
Ferrum College dealt Potomac State a 48-0 decision. 

The Potomac State grid team battled to a 0-0 stand- 
off when the Catamounts visited the Community 
College of Baltimore. The Cats blew their initial 
drive to win midway through the fourth quarter 
when they failed to score on three chances from the 
one-foot line. 

Potomac State's Catamounts closed out the 1970 
grid season at Banner Elk, N. C, with a 21-6 setback 
at the hands of Lees-McRae Junior College. 




Eddie Williams fades back to pass. 



Gus Jackson goes into the air to receive a pass. 




Coach Perkins checks with spotter in press box as Trickett and 
Luvara closely watch opponents. 



COACH Mr. Cecil Perkins 

ASSISTANT COACHES . . . .Mr. Charles Moran, Jr. ..*U 

Mr. Larry Bolyard 
MANAGERS Bill Jurick 

James Rubenstein 
Chuck Shaffer 

Charles Anderson 



Robin Hanni stops opponent. 



School Spirit Reaches Climax During 




B. Morrison,. J. Robinson, E. Combs, C. Salesky, M. Skinner, E. Harbert, A. Turner, R. Sisler, J. Black, N. Bombardiere, R. Furey, L. Amodio, 
Coach L Bolyard, C. Anderson, Manager. 



D. Robinson goes up to make two. 




Good Basketball Season 



Potomac State opened the cage season under new 
head basketball coach, Larry G. Bolyard. The Cats 
jumped to a winning start when they trompled the 
Hawks of Hagerstown Junior College by a score of 
84-74 in a game played at Keyser. Altoona dealt 
Potomac State its first loss of the year, 75-71 with 
Jerry Black heading the Cat scoring with 17 points. 
Jim Robinson finished next on the Cat scoring list 
with a 14-point total, and Nick Bombardiere led the 
scoring with 16 points. Nick clutched a 91-89 victory 
against Allegany Community College of Cumberland 
when he dropped in a two-point field goal with only 
two seconds remaining. Jerry Black was at the top of 
the scoring list for the Catamounts with a 23-point 
total. Craig Redman gathered in 16 points on eight 
field goals with Harbert and Bombardiere following 
him up with 14 each. 

Potomac State received two wins from Shenan- 
doah College. At the State Gymnasium the score was 
90-73 with Jerry Black being top scorer with 22 
points. The Cats beat Shenandoah again with a score 
of 93-75. Larry Amodio collected another 18 points 
on nine field goals and Charles Salesky dropped in 14 
points. The Spartans of Allegany Community College 
jumped to an early 27-7 score and went ahead to 
sting the Catamounts of Potomac State with 117-89 
loss in a game played at ACC. Ed Harbert led the 
scoring with 25 points. Jerry Black dropped in 19, and 
Tony Turner netted 14 in spite of the full court press 
applied by the Cumberland team. Montgomery Jun- 
ior College from Takoma Park, Maryland saw defeat 

Skinner tries to gain possession of the ball. 



with a score of 91-77 when they met the Catamounts 
in Keyser. Charles County Junior College met stiff 
opposition with the high scoring of Ed Harbert with a 
30-point total, Jerry Black with 25, and Nick Bombar- 
diere with a 20-point total. Ed Harbert, Jerry Black, 
and Nick Bombardiere led the PSC scoring with 22, 
18, and 11 points respectively when Chesapeake 
Community College of Wye Mills, Maryland, met 
defeat with a score of 98-69. 

Frederick Community College gave the Cats their 
fourth loss of the season with a score of 89-82. Har- 
bert and Black led the scoring by dropping in 23 and 
24 points. On the two-day road trip to Ohio Valley 
of Parkersburg and Allegany Community College of 
Pittsburgh, Potomac State failed to add to their win 
column. Ohio Valley clipped us 102-86, and Allegany 
won with a score of 99-91. 

The Cats clawed Anne Arundel Community Col- 
lege with a 71-70 victory. Nick Bombardiere broke 
the 68-68 tie in the final minutes of the game with a 
bucket from the field and from the charity line. Essex 
Junior College also saw defeat with a score of 56-49. 
Jerry Black led the scoring with a 24-point per- 
formance. Potomac State was edged by a one-point 
margin when they met Montgomery Junior College 
of Rockville, Maryland in a 88-87 contest. Jerry 
Black was the leader in the scoring with a 23-point 
total. Ed Harbert scored 16 points for the Cats, while 
teammates Mike Skinner had 14, Nick Bombardiere 
meshed 12, and J. D. Robinson finished with ten. 

Games with Chesapeake, Charles, Altoona, and 
Logan Campus of Marshall were yet to be played at 
the time of this printing. 





Edgar Harbert stands poised on foul line. 

Black and Amodio stand-by to catch rebound. 






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ORGANIZATIONS 



Student Government Acts As Governing 



Student Government, the governing order of the 
Student Body, has as its goals the furthering of school 
spirit and the achievement of a cordial understand- 
ing between students and faculty. Its duties include 
the organization and management of many activities 
on campus. 

Beginning at registration, the Student Government 
welcomed freshmen, distributed Freshman Rules, 
sold beanies, and sponsored a watermelon feast in 
the Student Union. 

The first activity sponsored by Student Govern- 
ment jointly with the faculty was a float in the Forest 
Festival in Elkins. The governing body helped to 



coordinate Homecoming-Parents' Day weekend. 
A thuse, cookout, parade, talent show, game and 
dance highlighted the weekend activities. Student 
Government and Circle K co-sponsored three 
movies presented on campus second semester. 

The Legislature worked throughout the year to 
uphold the Constitution by trying "to promote a 
common understanding to provide for the orderly 
conduct of the affairs of the college, to elevate the 
standards of scholarship, and to increase school 
spirit." 

Mr. David Nuzum is the adviser. 



ROW ONE: K. Smith, C. Thompson, K. McDowell, B. Comben, D. Boyer. ROW TWO: R. Matlick, C. Rotruck, R. Richardson, D. Parsons, C. 
Whiting, R. Bowser, R. McCoy, C. Bishoff. 





Order For Student Body 




Student Body president Chuck Thompson conducts a n 



Office 


Student Government 


Sophomore Class 


Freshman Class 


President 


Chuck Thompson 


Kevin McDowell 


Scott Liller 


Vice-President 


Kevin McDowell 


Bob Comben 


Gary Haller 


Secretary 


Candy Rotruck 


Candy Rotruck 


Cindy Bishoff 


Treasurer 


Gene Combs 


Gene Combs 


Brent Bennett 


Representative 




Tom Poling 


Kevin Smith 




Organization 


Representatives 




Tom Linthicum 


Agriculture 


Dennis Morris 


Pasquino 


Roseanna McCoy 


Catamount 


Ronald Bowser 


Phi Kappa Omega 


John Pack 


Circle K 


Roy Matlick 


Phi Sigma Nu 


Neva Frantz 


CYF 


VickiVia 


ROTC Sponsors 


Charles Whiting 


Delta Psi Omega 


Mark Angle 


ROTH 


Melissa Morrone 


Eta Upsilon Gamma 


Dona Parsons 


Sigma lota Chi 


Rebecca Alt 


Home Economics 


Lana McLaughlin 


Sigma Phi Omega 


Randy Richardson 


Insight for Action 


Steve V/eible 
Jacque Mayes 


Theta Sigma Chi 


Francis Quinn 


Kappa Delta Psi 


Cheerleaders 


Brian Bennett 


MRC 


Don Neely 


Panhellenic 


Jan Harpold 


Newman Club 


Becky Dixon 


Ski Club 




ROW ONE: K. Sharp, ). Anderson, R. McCoy, M. Angle, L McLaughlin, D. Parsons, J. Taylor. ROW TWO: R. Walton, R. Richardson, D. 
Gay, T. Poling, D. Morris, R. Williams, I. Becker. NOT PICTURED: P. Canterbury, D. Carr, J. Handlan, C. Thompson. 



Mark Angle Heads 
Honorary Society 



In 1923 the Sigma Phi Omega Society was es- 
tablished to foster scholarship and citizenship. 
Throughout the years, the prestige of this orga- 
nization has grown, and it is today the ranking 
honor society on campus. 

Two convocations which the society sponsored 
during the year were Know Your Organizations 
held during Freshmen Week, and Recognition 
Day held at the end of the year. Officers were 
Sigma, Mark Angle; Phi, Lana McLaughlin; 
Omega, Prof. Kenneth Haines, and faculty re- 
presentative was Prof. Virginia Johnson. 



Members talk after fall initiation. 





ROW ONE: Denise Byroade, Linda Wilson, Candy Rotruck. ROW TWO: Debbie Thayer, Melissa Morrone, Becky Dixon Lynn Moi 
ROW THREE: Lora Volo, Jacque Mayes. 



Cheerleaders Promote School Spirit 




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The Catamount Staff 




Dick Fauss and David Canskopp discuss pictures they have taken. 



Wanda Hedrick works on a layout. 



Staff Records Year 
In Words And Pictures 

Editor Roseanna McCoy 

Advertising Manager Ronnie Kincaid 

Business Manager Lana McLaughlin 

Photographers Brad Ransey 

Dick Fauss 
David Ganskopp 

Sports Editor Sam Stewart 

Division Editors Wanda Hedrick 

Andrea Bilik 
Regina Devlin 
Karen Perkins 
Nancy Wilson 

Advertising Staff Jan Allison 

Sue Dusche 

Wanda Carres 

Paula Harper 

Beth Mierley 

Susan Reese 

Carolyn Roush 

Adviser Mr. William Gallier 





). Fish, K. Cirucci, T. Dooley, S. Bailey, D. Armentrout, R. Guire. 



The Pasquino 
Marks 50th Birthday 



The Pasquino, the campus newspaper, had a two- 
fold purpose this year as it has throughout its 50- 
year existence. First, it tried to inform its readers 
about the campus news and views. Secondly, pro- 
duction of the newspaper enriched the journalism 
curriculum by providing a laboratory for practical 
experience. The business and circulation staffs were 
open to all non-journalism students. The Pasquino, 
a fortnightly publication appearing every two weeks 
except during holiday and examination periods, 
was sent to the parents of residents, as well as many 
alumni, other colleges, the high schools of the tri- 
state area, advertisers, and friends of the college. 
Although much time was spent gathering and orga- 
nizing news, the staff found time to enjoy a Christ- 
mas party and the annual spring banquet. 




R. Burns, Dr. E. Atwater, adviser, S. Nicol. 



PASQUINO STAFF 

Editor Dennis E. Morris 

News Editor Use S.Becker 

News Staff 
Diane Armentrout, Susan Bailey, Robert G. Burns, 
Kathleen Cirucci, Thomas S. Dooley, James E. Dor- 
sey, John Fish, Rebecca Guire, Marian Lease, Nancy 
Minnich, Susan Nicol, Delmas Smith, Melissa Stan- 
islawczyk, Robert G. Tetrick, Gregory F. Zearfoss. 

Sports Editor Mark Angle 

Business Staff Charles F. Wimer, Manager 

Assistant: Patricia A. Paine 

Circulation Frederick P. Schadler, Manager 

Susan Bishop, Regina Devlin, Steve Dixon, 

Gary Fuller, Danny Hinkle, Maxwell Sapong, 

Rick Trickett, Robert Williams 

Photographers . . .Brian Bennett, Bradley Ramsey 

Faculty Adviser Dr. Elizabeth A. Atwater 




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J. Dorsey, M. Lease, M. Angle, I. Becker, D. Morris. 



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ROW ONE: J. Yokum, G. Onestinghel, J. Pack, president; M. Riggleman, treasurer; D. Fauss, M. Sapong. ROW 
TWO: W. Venzke, D. Gay, secretary; R. Bowser, J. Bord, vice-president; G. Young, S. Stewart. 



John Shaffer and John Pack operate used bookstore. 




Active Campus Organizations 



The Circle K Club of Potomac State College is the 
only true service organization on campus, and is 
dedicated to the ideals of service to the college and 
the community of Keyser. The club was established 
in 1952, and was issued certificate number six when 
Circle K became international. 

The club is made up of young men of good char- 
acter and scholastic standing bonded for the com- 
mon purpose of the uplifting of humanity, and the 
preservation of the ideals of our democracy. Their 
only return from this is the thanks and appreciation 
that comes from such work. 

Circle K is one of the most active organizations on 
campus. Activities this year included operating the 
used bookstore at the beginning of both semesters, 



handling ticket sales for home basketball and foot- 
ball games, underwriting to finance a student from 
Africa who attended Potomac State, providing cakes 
on birthdays of members of the student body, and 
helping to pay for the cheerleaders new uniforms. 

Other activities included providing workers for 
the "Side Door" coffeehouse, sponsoring and orga- 
nizing the Homecoming parade, helping at Parents' 
Day reception, conducting a Blood Bank on campus, 
and undertaking the financing for the purchase of 
a jeep for a former Potomac State Circle K president 
now with the Peace Corps in Brazil. Circle K also 
provided "starvation kits" at final exam time and 
operated a used magazine stand in the library. 



Maxwell Sapong and John Pack help at Parents' Day reception. 





WAA enables Susan Nicol to practice bowling. 

Paulette Woomer tries for a basket. 



WAA Provides Sports 
For College Women 

"A sport for every woman and every 
woman in a sport" is the motto of the Women's 
Athletic Association. It was organized to pop- 
ularize women's athletics, and to provide 
leisure time activities. 

The aims of this organization are to develop 
standards of leadership and sportsmanship, and 
to promote those activities which may be 
adapted to the leisure time of later school. 
Intramural games are bowling, volleyball, 
basketball, ping-pong, badminton, and shuffle- 
board. 

The club is open to all girls enrolled at 
Potomac State College. The gymnasium is open 
once a week to all girls wishing to participate in 
WAA. 

Miss Margaret Rafter is the adviser. 





Insight for Action members shine shoes to raise money. 



Insight For Action Members 
Teach And Entertain Children 

Insight for Action does volunteer work with children at the Keyser 
Elementary School, Developmental Center, and the United Methodist 
Children's Home. 

Activities of the group have included going on a hayride at the 
Children's Home, playing football games and hiking with the children, 
helping with arts and crafts, and providing firetrucks for underprivileged 
children to ride on in the Homecoming Parade. 

For a financial activity the group sponsored a shoe-shine in the Student 
Union. 



Members 

Randy Richardson — presidem 

Janet Patton — vice-president 

Carol Heinisch — sec.-treas. 

Judy Anderson 

Jim Augustine 

Retta Blankenship 

Harvey Bratton 

Kevin Brocker 

Joyce DiGirolama 

Amy Flynn 

Donna Goff 

Mary Lou Gurka 

Jan Harpold 

Sally Hedrick 

Cathy Kitzmiller 

Lana McLaughlin 

Jack McVicker 

Frank Niagro 

Dick Pletcher 

Faye Rivers 

J. D. Robinson 

Candy Rotruck 

Carolyn Roush 

Gary Strohlein 

Betty Taylor 

Jeanette Tekavec 

David Van Liew 

Rhonda Walton 



Sally Hedrick works with children at the Developmental Center. 




CYF Provides Spiritual Inspiration 




ROW ONE: J. Anderson, D. Thornton, W. Hedrick, S. Day, D. Boyer, B. Evans. ROW TWO: J. Pack, D. Wasmer, N. Wilson, S. Bishop, R. 
Simmons, J. Kuykendall, S. Murphy. 



Inspiration and ideas to think upon were given to 
the members of the Christian Youth Fellowship of 
Potomac State College as they met every Monday 
night in regular session. In its effort to bring Christ- 
ian Youth into closer contact with the Church and to 
deepen their devotional lives through recreation 
and fellowship, the club entered a float in the Home- 
coming parade, collected chewing gum wrappers to 
support a needy child, and supported the Episcopal 
Church's drug seminars. Officers for the year were 
President, Neva Frantz; Vice-President, Sue Day; 
Secretary, Wanda Hedrick; and Treasurer, Donna 
Boyer. 





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John Pack contemplates how to get the football on top of the 
float. 



Interested Students 
Organize Ski Club 



The Ski Club was a new club on campus this year 
organized by a few interested students who wished 
to promote enthusiasm in the sport of skiing. Meet- 
ings were held as often as once every two weeks in 
order to discuss coming activities. Ski movies were 
ordered for the season to increase interest in the 
meetings, and also to encourage members to par- 
ticipate in the ski trips. Weekend ski trips were 
planned according to the interest of the students and 
weather conditions. Dr. Burton Davis was the 
adviser. 



ROW ONE: K. Miller, C. Wilson, B. Dixon, A. Barger, vice-president; B. Summers, president; A. Bilik, secretary-treasurer; ). Kelley, S. Yew- 
cic. ROW TWO: K. Gemondo, J. Zorn, G. Lemasters, W. Carres, S. Dusche, M. Riggleman, S. Washuta, S. Rishel. NOT PICTURED: S. Ballard, 
L. Blankenship, P. Branagan, R. Burns, D. Butt, D. Byroade, N. Devens, M. Dungan, R. Fast, T. From, M. Goff, J. Handlan, G. Helbig, K. Hug, 
B. Mathias, R. McCoy, J. Metcalfe, R. Miles, B. Moore, S. O'Neal, D. Parsons, E. Robinson, T. Royce, R. Ware, A. Wilson, J. Wolfe, G. Zear- 
foss. 




Home Ec. Club Hosts State Meeting 




The Potomac State College Home Economics 
Chapter is affiliated with both the West Virginia and 
American Home Economics Associations. The pur- 
pose of the chapter is to promote interest in all 
fields of home economics. 

The Chapter sponsored the sale of mums and 
corsages for Homecoming this year, and it was the 
host of eight colleges September 27 and 28 for the 
State Fall Planning Meeting. Lana McLaughlin, who 
was chairman for the State Student Member Section, 
presided over the meetings. Judy Anderson served 
as treasurer for the State Student Member Section. 

Business meetings and programs concerning 
flower arrangements, food demonstrations, and 
careers were held monthly. The Chapter sponsored a 
Christmas party for underprivileged children, and 
jointly sponsored an educational tour with the 
agriculture majors. 



Santa visits Home Ec. Christmas party. 



ROW ONE: J. Bolyard, L. Clendenin, F. Pilling, D. Goff, vice-president; P. Vincent. ROW TWO: Mrs. E. Hanlin, adviser; L. McLaughlin, M. 
Waggy, C. Smith, secretary; S. Duke, P. Erickson, treasurer; A. Bilik, S. Dusche, B. Alt, president; R. Coots. ROW THREE: R. Becker, B. Ho- 
vatter, C. Bishoff, J. Anderson, M. Bender, J. Kelley, B. Carson. NOT PICTURED: M. Dungan, K. Perkins, J. Phillips. 





ROW ONE: Mrs. I. McKinney, D. Cline, J. Purnell, M. Lease, A. Wilson, D. Thornton, C. Grose, ). Heavner, C. Criswell. ROW TWO: Dr. W. 
Simpson, G. Oliphant, M. Baroni, C. Bishoff, S. Ezell, I. Becker, P. Paine, president; D Pletcher, G. Zearfoss, vice-president; ). Handlan. 
ROW THREE: J. Martin, S. Stewart, C. Whiting, M. Woods, R. Woolwine, D. Canfield, D. Pritts, R. Bowser, G. Dalton. NOT PICTURED: D. 
Armentrout, N. Auldridge, D. Bodkin, R. Bostic, B. Bray, L. Cabell, D. Clark, R. Clark, G. Combs, D. Deem, M. Deem. R. Dewhurst, ]. Di- 
Garlitz, M. Dorsey, C. Gordon, B. Gowans, H. Groves, K. Harr, W. Healey, J. Hill, D. Holt, M. Joseph, M. Junkins, D. Ketterman, J. Kuyendall, 
D. Long, G. Phillips, D. Pownell, ]. Shay, D. Snyder, J. Snyder, L. Srout, B. Swiger, G. Swiger, P. Tenney, P. Vincent, R. Walton, D. Westfall, 
L. Wilson, secretary; N. Wilson, M. Woodard. 



Potomac Players Have Busy Season 



The Players, organized in 1919, was created to 
teach students the fundamentals of acting, stage 
lighting, make-up, and set direction. 

Productions this year included Prof. Anderson's 
"Encounters," a three-act anti-war play, "Summer- 
tree," "Dark of the Moon," various one act pro- 



ductions and coffee-house skits. At the end of the 
year, the Players performed faculty and student 
written vinettes and concluded the year with a 
children's play. 

Mr. Anthony Whitmore was the adviser. 



Agriculture Club Members Get Practical 




ROW ONE: M. Potter, president; P. Tenney, L. Heavner, vice-president; R. Bostic, treasurer; B. Dewhurst, M. Fullen, secretary; J. Purnell. 
ROW TWO: S. Scarberry, S. Cronin, M. Woods, B. Campbell, D. Hartmann, C. Omenchinski, J. Goldie, R. Peters, H. Puster, C. Kinser, J. Hill. 
ROW THREE: K. Helmick, D. Deem, ]. Bennett, |. Shaffer, J. Yokum, D. Canfield, D. Clark, S. Rishel, D. Mullenax, B. Unger, M. Harper, C. 
Wildenson, S. Moore, ]. Callison. NOT PICTURED: G. Dalton, W. Healey, T. Linthicum, R. Orndoff, C. Sulser, A. Whetzel, R. Woolwine. 



The Potomac State College Agriculture Club is 
open to all students majoring in agriculture, pre- 
veterinary medicine, and forestry. The club was 
organized in October, 1954, and since then has de- 
veloped the use of parliamentary procedure at its 
meetings, has developed leadership, co-operation, 
and citizenship, and has promoted recreational 
activities. 

The activities of the club are planned on the basis 
of pleasure and profit. Some of these activities in- 
clude a shooting match, planned sale of beef, pork, 
and flower bulbs, and a field trip with the Home 
Economics Club to a place of mutual interest. 
Various speakers have spoken at the monthly meet- 
ings. 



Experience At College Farm 




Sophomore Sam Scarberry operates a tractor owned by Potomac State College. 
Charles Omechinski spreads sawdust. Jim Purnell and Rod Orndorff wind up grinding belt. 



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W. Edel, Adviser, S. Dixon, C. Whisner, I. Becker, D. Morris, ). Breighner, B. Evans, D. Crone. NOT PICTURED: D. Pownell, S. Herbough. 



Common Cause Unifies Student Efforts 



The Common Cause, a new club this year pro- 
vided an educational activity for students interested 
in the unification of student efforts behind areas 
of concern deserving support. One of the main pur- 
poses of the group was to offer resources and people 
to clarify issues and to serve as a forum for planning 
action consistent with the aims of the college and 
its people. The group's activities included supporting 
the Population Control Bill and sponsoring Pat 
Ryan's "Prospect for Peace" seminar. Officers for the 
year were President, Stephen Dixon; Vice-President, 
James Breighner; Secretary-Treasurer, Bernard 
Evans; Reporter, Use Becker. Miss Ruth Hummel was 
the non-voting associate member. 



Spelunkers Explore Caves, 
Study Origins, Formations 



The Spelunker's Club was formed to provide an 
educational and recreational extracurricular activity 
for interested students in their spare time. The club 
created an interest in the study and exploration of 
caves, their origin and their formations. 

The Spelunker's Club is open to all students en- 
rolled at Potomac State College. Capt. Edmund Ro- 
leff is the adviser. 



ROW ONE: D. Cunningham, H. Daniels, B 
Lothes, T. Archibald. ROW TWO: R. Robert 
NOT PICTURED: A. Barger, G. Lemasters. 





WRA COUNCIL — ROW ONE: D. Alexander, secretary; R. Walton, \ 
J. Tekavec, treasurer; P. Harper. ROW TWO: D. Parsons, V. Mosley. 



^-president; R. McCoy, president 



Councils Govern Dorms 

The Women's Residence Association was formed 
Dec. 7, 1944 and is composed of all women living on 
campus. The aims of the Association this year were 
to create a better college life for women living in the 
two dormitories, and also for the commuting 
women. 

The affairs of the Women's Residence Association 
were administered by a Women's Residence 
Council. This council met and worked with the 
Friend and Reynolds Hall Councils when there was 
an expressed need. Student government matters 
pertaining to a particular hall is the responsibility 
of that Hall's council. Affairs which involve both 
Halls is the responsibility of the WRA Council. 



REYNOLDS HALL COUNCIL — ROW ONE: F. Pilling, D. Thayer, 
B. Hamm, K. Ramsey, V. Hoffner. ROW TWO: A. Hartman, 
S. Sayre. 





FRIEND HALL COUNCIL — ROW ONE: K. Miller, K. Sharp, J. 
Wagner, P. Harper. ROW TWO: D. Smith, M. Morrone. 




ROW ONE: D. Gay, B. Bennett, T. Poling, president; C. Whiting, vice-president; B. True, secretary-treasurer. ROW TWO: B. Comben, E. 
Nugent, G. Jones, R. Bowser, R. Sisler, D. Buchanan, C. Criswell. 

Faculty, Students Attend MRC Party 



Students and faculty members attended a party in the cafeteria 
sponsored by the MRC. 



The Mens' Residence Council, formed in 1934, 
is composed of representatives elected from the 
residence members of Davis and Memorial Halls. 
The council has the authority and responsibility to 
develop a program of activities for male residents. 

The council decorated Christmas trees for the two 
dormitories, and sponsored a Christmas party for 
men and women dormitory residents. Annually the 
council holds an open house to which all students 
and faculty members are invitied. Mr. Cecil Perkins 
is the adviser of the MRC. 





ROW ONE: C. Boyles, R. Guire, secretary-treasurer; B. Hogan, president; J. Harpold. ROW TWO: G. Onestinghel, A. Bilik, J. Tekavec, J. 
DiGirolama, A. Virostek, D. Lothes, T. Archibald. NOT PICTURED: K. Alfred, J. Arco, L. Blankenship, C. Cole, R. Goots, V. Hoffner, 
C. Rotruck, D. Schrockman. 



Newman Club Is Provided 
For Interested Catholics 



The Newman Club, a religious organization of 
Catholic students on campus, strives to expand the 
students' religious interests. A national organization, 
the Newman Club was brought to Potomac State in 
1948. Its purposes are to foster the spiritual, intel- 
lectual, and social interests of Catholic students. 

In addition to the regular bi-monthly meetings, 
informal discussions and debates were held on 
topics dealing with controversial issues in the 
church. Mr. Burke is the club's adviser. 




Judo Club Springs 
Into Existence 



A new club to arrive on the scene this year was the 
Potomac State College Judo Club. Organized early 
in the first semester, the club furnished its members 
with expert instruction in the art of Kodokan judo, 
provided its members with an opportunity to prac- 
tice the various techniques of the sport in well- 
equipped and supervised dojo, extended the cause 
of good sportsmanship, and taught and stressed the 
discipline necessary to become expert judoka. 

To be a member, one had to maintain a 1.5 aca- 
demic standing, not be on social probation, and 
attend the practice sessions and participate in at 
least one judo contest per semester. 

Judo champions for second semester were John 
Ayers, club champion; Randy Durst, runner-up club 
champion; Robert Plummer, champion of the un- 
limited wieight class; Flora Crider, champion of the 
lightweight class. 



George McNeill and Randy Durst practice judo. 



ROW ONE: J. Ayers, T. Linthicum, B. Howard, secretary; R. Durst, president. ROW TWO: Mr. E. Hartman, adviser; F. Upton, B. White, vice- 
president; F. Crider, treasurer; S. Nicol. NOT PICTURED: G. McNeill, R. Plummer. 




ROW ONE: S. Stewart, C. Boyles, M. Lowman. ROW TWO: F. Niagro, H. Allen, adviser. 



Ham Radio Club 
Comes Into Existence 



The Ham Radio Club was formed this year to stim- 
ulate interest in ham radio at Potomac State. The 
objectives of the club were to help those interested 
in ham radio obtain an operator's license, to 
establish a ham radio station on campus, and to serve 
the student body by providing communication with 
individuals outside the campus area. Members in- 
cluded Marvin Lowman (acting President), Christo- 
pher Boyles, Frank Niagro, and Sam Stewart. 




Frank Niagro and Marvin Lowman operate a ham radio. 



ROW ONE: D. Blizzard, K. Sharp, D. Jones, E. Nelson, S. Reese, B. Mierley, E. Gaither, J. DiGirolama, K. Perkins. ROW TWO: C. Strickland, J. 
Patton, J. Bowers, N. Frantz, J. Taylor, M. Goff, R. Blankenship, F. Rivers, S. Willis, D. Mellott, K. Johnston. ROW THREE: R. Kincaid, R. Rid- 
der, P.Dunkle, D. Gay, J. McVicker, C. Thompson, H. Derr, F. Payne, J. Kelley, H. Bratton, B. Shaffer. NOT PICTURED: R. Guire. 



Singers Perform Throughout State 



The Singers, the college choral organization, is a 
mixed chorus open to all students by audition. The 
Singers performed both secular and sacred choral 
literature chosen from the works of the earliest 
masters to those of the present day. Performance 
responsibilities of the group included the Christmas 
program (given in a special performance for the 
general public), the Spring program, and the series 
of programs presented while on tour to high schools 
throughout central and eastern West Virginia and 
neighboring states. The Singers were sometimes 
called upon to perform for various other college 
programs and functions. Performance activities 
closed with the Singer's participation in Sermon and 
Commencement. Director for the Singers was Mr. 
Richard Davis and accompanist was Mrs. Sharon 
Davis. 



Concert Band performs at a football game. 



Concert Band 
Entertains, Students 
Freshman Week 



The Potomac State Concert Band is a credit course 
open to any student with previous band experience. 
This year, the band was organized during Freshman 
Week in order to provide entertainment for the 
students and to acquaint students with the band 
program at Potomac State. In the early weeks of the 
fall semester, the band concentrated on light 
literature suitable for playing at football games 
and thuses. Later in the season a Christmas concert 
was presented and in the spring the band presented 
a program with the Singers. 




ROW ONE: E. Wells, B. Mierley, C. Bishoff, S. O'Neal, D. Wasmer, N. Frantz, C. Kitzmiller, A. Stephen, K. Perkins. ROW TWO: Dr. C. 
Whitehill, director, D. Blizzard, K. Sharp, T. Willis, D. Fauss, B. Shaffer, D. Collier, D. Thornton, M. Shingleton, D. Morris. ROW THREE: G. 
Oliphant, G. Haller, B. Annon, G. Onestinghel, R. Tetrick, A. Rinker, R. Bowser, M. Blake. NOT PICTURED: D. Bombardiere, D. Butt, D. 
Higgins, G. Jones, G. Shears. 




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ROW ONE: K. Miller, K. Sharp, B. Mierley, M. Blake, H. Miller, A. Miller. ROW TWO: J. Smith, W. Janoske, D. Morris, D. Thornton, D. 
Collier, C. Miller, G. Oliphant, Dr. C. Whitehill, director. NOT PICTURED: D. Butt, C. Colombo, G. Jones, B. Shaffer. 



Stage Band Performs Homecoming Weekend 



As the curtains opened, the spotlights danced on 
the flashy blue jackets and fancy dresses of the 
Potomac State Stage Band while toes tapped to cur- 
rent jazz-rock arrangements at the fourth annual 
campus talent showcase during Homecoming-Par- 
ent's Day weekend. The Stage Band, a credit course 
open to students possessing playing skills needed 
for performing dance-band music, provided its 
members the opportunity to gain proficiency in the 
performance of many types of dance-band music. 
Weekly rehearsals prepared the Stage Band for 
several concerts including the talent showcase, a 
performance for a guidance conference held on 
campus, a half-time performance at a football game, 
a spring concert in conjunction with a drama pro- 
duction, and the annual spring tour. 



Roth Honors Outstanding Military Students 



David Cline and ROTC sponsor Janet Wagner work on the Roth 
Homecoming float. 



The Roth Military Honorary Society was organized 
in 1953 to pay tribute to students enrolled in ROTC 
who had maintained a high scholastic standing in 
Military Science and in their other academic en- 
deavors. They also had to display moral integrity, 
and show a genuine interest in the military 
establishment. 

To be eligible for membership a student must 
attain a minimum grade of a "B" in Military Science 
and an overall academic average of a "C", and must 
be invited to join by the membership. 

Under the leadership of Mark Angle the society 
has been active. The annual ROTH banquet was held 
Nov. 21, 1970. Other first semester activities included 
inviting new members and entering a float in the 
Homecoming parade. Second semester Roth spon- 
sored the Military Ball, invited freshman members 
for the following year, selected new ROTC sponsors, 
and planned a picnic for the entire membership and 
the sponsors. 

Major David Gannon is the adviser of Roth. 




ROW ONE: L. Whetzel, W. Venzke, information officer; W. Wagner, executive officer; M. Angle, commander; ). Pack, secretary; A. 
Moran, D. Cline. ROW TWO: H. Daniels, J. Reel, D. Gay, J. Bord, D. Chapman, L Heavner, C. Wimer. NOT PICTURED: E. Combs, treasurer; 
T. Kesner, S. Scarberry. 




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S. Weible, D. Carr, ). Hill, M. Daniels, J. Harpold, D. Hixenbaugh, H. Bennett. 



Catamount Rifle Team Has Good Season 



The Catamount Rifle Team was sponsored by the 
Roth Military Honorary Society and is affiliated with 
the National Rifle Association. To become a member 
of the team one must meet the requirements set 
forth by the National Junior College Association. The 
purpose of the Rifle Team was to encourage rifle 
marksmanship and shooting safety. Sophomore 
members were awarded sweaters and freshmen 
were awarded letters if they competed in at least 
five matches. During the first semester the Rifle 
Team competed against Bucknell, Dickinson, and 
Baltimore of Loyola. Second semester the team had 
postal matches with the University of Virginia, 
LaSalle and Rider College. Major David Gannon was 
the advisor and Dennis Hixenbaugh served as cap- 
tain for the team. 



ROTC Band Performs 
At Homecoming Game 



The Potomac State College ROTC Marching Band 
was made up of men regularly enrolled in the ROTC 
program and volunteers from the sophomore class. 
Members could earn up to thirty-five merits for 
participation, and most earned one hour of college 
credit as rehearsals were usually held with the Con- 
cert Band. In the fall the band performed in the 
Homecoming parade, the Homecoming game half- 
time ceremony, and the Veteran's Day ceremony. 
The annual inspection, the President's review, and 
an out-of-town trip highlighted the spring semester. 

Dr. Charles Whitehill was the director, and Brent 
Shaffer served as captain and drum major. 



ROW ONE: R. Tetrick, J. Smith, G. Jones, D. Collier, H. Miller, D. Higgins, B. Shaeffer. ROW TWO: M. Blake, G. Shears, D. Butt, M. Shingle- 
ton, D. Thornton, D. Morris. ROW THREE: J. Bryant, R. Ware, S. DeDea, G. Onestinghel, G. Haller, G. Oliphant, R. Bowser, A. Rinker. NOT 
PICTURED: D. Bombardiere, D. Fause, M. Hazey. 




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ROW ONE: S. Stewart, H. Daniels, M. Finkenbinder, E. Leatherman, A. Whetzel, C. Wimer, S. Stewart, S. Scarberry. ROW TWO: L. Hinkle, 
T. Linthicum, I. Kalcum, F. Niagro, D. Malone, M. Dorsey. NOT PICTURED: R. Dewhurst, A. Helmick, S. Moore, D. Murphy, ). Reel, R. Sum- 
mers, L. Whetzel. 



ROTC Drill Team 
Has Active Year 



"I don't know, but I've been told ... I don't know, 
but I've been told" to the clump-clump of marching 
feet rang over the campus as the ROTC Drill Team 
got in shape during the early months of fall. The 
ROTC Drill Team, a volunteer organization whose 
members are selected on a competitive basis for 
proficiency in drill, was first organized in October, 
1957. The Drill Team participated in the Forest Fest- 
ival Parade at Elkins, W. Va., the Autumn Glory Fest- 
ival Parade at Oakland, Md., the Potomac State 



College Homecoming Parade, and Keyser High 
School Homecoming Parade in the fall. Winter 
parades included the Frostburg, Md. Christmas 
Parade and the Keyser Christmas Parade. In the 
spring the Drill Team took part in the Maple Festival 
Parade at Meyersdale, Pa., and the Apple Blossom 
Parade at Winchester, Va. The team was commanded 
by Cadet CPT Stanley Stewart, and the Deputy Com- 
mander was Cadet 1 LT Samuel Scarberry. The 
faculty sponsor was Captain Edmund F. Roleff. 



ROTC Sponsors Accompany Drill Team On Trips 




Candace Rotruck, Janet Wagner, Vicki Via, Roseanna McCoy. 



Commander Mark Angle capes Vicki Via. 





GREEKS 




ACTIVES ROW ONE: K. Miller; D. Parsons, vice-president; ). Handlan, president; R. McCoy, treasurer; K. Sharp. ROW TWO; J. Wagner, 
secretary; S. Ballard; D. Schrockman; L. Clendenin; R. Coots. NOT PICTURED: M. Baroni. 




SIGMA IOTA CHI 



Sigma lota Chi Sorority has been represented at 
Potomac State College by the Epsilon Chapter since 
1923. Greer A. Duncan founded the sorority in 1903 
at Alexandria, Louisiana. The sorority's purposes 
are to perfect, and in everyday life carry out, the 
meaning of sisterhood, to be forgetful of self and 
mindful of others, and to reach the highest standards 
possible, mentally, morally, and physically. 

The annual fall rush party was held in the home 
economics apartment. Twenty-one pledges were 
received into the sorority. They quickly joined the 
actives in preparing the first prize float for the 
Homecoming Parade. In October and November 
Sigma lota Chi helped at the refreshment stand at 
home football games. The Sigma powder puff foot- 
ball team scored two victories against Gammas and 
Kappas. Other activities were going on a hayride 
with their brother fraternity, Phi Sigma Nu, and 
giving a Thanksgiving basket to a needy family. Sec- 
ond semester they sponsored a Sigma Fair and the 
Sweetheart Ball. The year ended with a banquet at 
which the new officers were initiated. 



Combined efforts of everyone produces a first prize float. 



Sigma sisters perform for audiences at Homecoming talent show. 




PLEDGES ROW ONE: M. Woodard, P. Branagan, D. Smith, L. McLaughlin, A. Bilik, E. Hamill, A. Wilson, L. Mortimer, K. Cirucci. ROW TWO: 
D. Clark, D. Jones, D. Long, W. Carres, S. O'Neal, B. Dixon, S. Dusche, E. Nelson, D. Armentrout, L. Wilson, D. Holshay. 



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ACTIVES ROW ONE: T. Poling, secretary; B. Comben, vice-president; K. McDowell, president; R. Matlick, treasurer; J. McVicker. ROW 
TWO: D. Carson, C. Criswell, G. Combs, B. Bennett, J. Snyder, R. Richardson, H. Daniels, H. Hinebaugh, C. Gross, J. Harpold. 



PHI SIGMA NU 



Founded as the Kappa Kappa local fraternity in 
1922, the organization later became a menber of the 
national group known as Phi Sigma Nu. During the 
war the national organization disbanded and Phi 
Sigma Nu continued as a local organization. In 1947 
Phi Sigma Nu was reorganized as a national frater- 
nity with the chapter at Potomac State designated 
as Beta. 

Phi Sigma Nu stresses scholarship, loyalty, and 
school spirit. This year the fraternity sponsored the 
Christmas Ball and the coronation of the Christmas 
Queen, Lydia Clendenin. Phi Sigma Nu also spon- 
sored a float in the Homecoming Parade and several 
parties throughout the year. 

Mr. Richard Davis is the sponsor of the fraternity. 




Fraternity members work on Homecoming float. 



PLEDGES ROW ONE: E. Shingleton, M. Hazey, M. Dorsey, J. Derda, M. Malone. ROW TWO: H. Deeds, R. Chidester, A. Campion, K. Gem- 
ondo, J. Fish, J. Williamson, M. Finkenbinder. 




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UPSILON 
GAMMA 




ACTIVES: Maxine Waggy, secretary-treasurer; Melissa Morrone, president. 



Eta Upsilon Gamma Sorority was founded at 
Christian College in Columbia, Missouri in 1901. 
It is the oldest national junior college sorority in 
the National College Panhellenic. The aims of ETA 
Upsilon Gamma are to promote achievement, to 
stimulate school spirit, and to broaden and enrich 
friendship. 

To start off the 1970 activities the annual informal 
rush party was held and seventeen pledges were 
initiated into the sorority. At the conclusion of Hell 
Week activities, Carolyn Roush was selected as the 
best pledge. In September the Gamma girls played 
a powder puff football game against Sigma lota Chi. 



Maxine Waggy was elected as the candidate for 
Miss Catamount and the sorority marched in the 
Homecoming parade as symbols of school spirit. 

In November Melissa Morrone was elected to 
reign as Queen of the Harvest Swing which was 
sponsored with the brother fraternity. In December 
all actives and pledges were guests at the Gamma 
Christmas party. 

Melissa Morrone and Maxine Waggy served as 
representatives to Panhellenic and Kathy Horn 
served as freshman representative to Panhellenic 
with Becki Gnaggy serving as alternate. 




Melissa Morrone and Glenn Dalton reigned over Harvest Swing. 



PLEDGES ROW ONE: S. Reese, D. DeHaven, B. Gnaggy, K. Perkins, C. Roush, J. Patton, B. Mierley. ROW TWO: D. Hartm 
Lothes, R. Blankenship, S. Wills, K. Horn, B. Carson, N. Friend. NOT PICTURED: E. Gaither, Margaret Bender. 





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ACTIVES ROW ONE: R. White, S. Weible, vice-president; T. Linthicum, president. ROW 
TWO: G. Strohlein, C. Dalton, secretary-treasurer. 



Theta Sigma Chi Fraternity, founded in 1922, is 
designated Alpha Chapter of the National Theta 
Sigma Chi Fraternity. Its objectives are the develop- 
ment of high moral character, the promotion of 
brotherhood, stimulation of school spirit, and the 
strengthening of Potomac State College. 

Theta Sigma Chi was an active participant in group 
activities. In the fall it sponsored the election and 
coronation of the Homecoming Queen, Miss Lana 
McLaughlin. The Thetas sponsored the Harvest 
Swing and also a float in the Homecoming Parade. 
The fraternity enjoyed numerous informal gather- 
ings during the year. 

This year Theta Sigma Chi had a new sponsor, Mr. 
Edward Hartman. 




Thetas hold a discussion during a weekly meeting. 





ACTIVES: J. Kuykendall, secretary; F. Quinn, president; B. Sandy, pledge chairman; J. Larmoyeux, sponsor. 



KAPPA DELTA PSI 



Established in 1951, Kappa Delta Psi is the youngest 
sorority on campus. It was established primarily for 
girls who will transfer to a university and wish to 
join a national sorority there. Members are expected 
to uphold the motto of truth, honor, and purity and 
are encouraged to be examples of good citizenship 
and scholarship. 

The officers, with the assistance of the sponsors, 
Mrs. Hanlin and Miss Larmoyeux, began the fall 
term with the sorority's annual rush party. The 
pleges were soon busied with the construction of a 
float to represent them in the Homecoming Parade. 
During Hell Week, pledges were "tested" before 
they were permitted to participate in a formal cere- 
mony and become Kappas. The end of the semester 
was climaxed by a Christmas party in the home of 
one of their patronesses, Mrs. Charles Whitehill. 
During the spring term, the girls dined together 
and participated in other activities such as bowling. 
They also co-sponsored the Easter Ball with their 
brother fraternity. The year was climaxed by a ban- 
quet at which Kappas reviewed their year's activities 
and next year's officers were announced. 




Belinda Sandy serves punch at the annual rush party. 




PLEDGES: M. Quinn, N. Wilson, E. S. Wells, D. Boyer. 




ACTIVES: R. Bowser, president; J. Morgan; D. Pritts, treasurer. NOT PICTURED: D. Neeley, vice-president. 



PHI KAPPA OMEGA 



Phi Kappa Omega fraternity was organized at 
Potomac State College in 1949. The fraternity's goals 
were to develop leadership qualities, build moral 
character, promote good scholarship, and instill 
in its members a fraternal spirit, thereby strength- 
ening both the fraternity and Potomac State College. 

Various activities sponsored by the fraternity this 
year included dances, the annual rush party, and 
the building of a float for the Homecoming Parade. 
The fraternity also planned the Easter Ball and the 
annual banquet. 

Many brothers were active in other campus or- 
ganizations. President Ron Bowser was an active 
member of Circle K, Players, ROTC Band, and Pan- 
hellenic. Dave Pritts was a menber of Circle K and 
Players. Don Neeley was a member of Panhellenic, 
Student Government, and Circle K. Harry Puster 
was a member of the Agriculture Club and Dick 
Fauss was a photographer for the college yearbook 
and newspaper. 




Students enjoy refreshments and conversation at rush party. 



PLEDGES: Dick Fauss, Tim Archibald, Michael Deem, Harry Puster. NOT PICTURED: Allan Moran, Gene Onestinghel, John Shaffer, How- 
ard James, William Jurick. 





FIRST SEMESTER MEMBERS — ROW ONE: M. Waggy, F. Quinn, president; K. Miller, B. Sandy. ROW TWO: S. Weible, vice-president; T 
Linthicum, D. Neeley, B. Comben, K. McDowell. NOT PICTURED: R. Bowser, J. Handlan, secretary; M. Morrone. 

Panhellenic Governs Greek Organizations 



The Panhellenic Council governs the Greek organ- 
izations of Potomac State College, and correlates 
their campus activities. The Council's purpose is the 
promotion of good will and cooperation among the 
fraternities and sororities. 

Panhellenic meets on the first and third Tuesday 
of each month to consider fraternity-sorority re- 
lations and proposed campus activities. Throughout 
the year the group sponsored informal dances. The 
most important Panhellenic discussions center on 
the regulation of Rush Week, Hell Week, fraternal 



participation in campus elections, and the selection 
of the fraternity and sorority which, through a sys- 
tem of points, made the greatest contributions to 
campus life for the year. 

Second semester members included R. Bowser, B. 
Comben, vice-president; G. Dalton, J. Handlan, 
president; K. Horn, G. Lemasters, T. Linthicum, K. 
McDowell, K. Miller, M. Morrone, D. Neeley, F. 
Quinn, secretary; B. Sandy, E. Shingleton, A. Wilson, 
N.Wilson. 

Mr. David Nuzum was the adviser. 




FACULTY AND 
ADMINISTRATION 



Faculty, Administration Help Guide 



Dr. Poster's Message 



When I arrived at Potomac State and read the 
College Annual entitled the Catamount, I thought 
of the "cat" as a symbolic mascot located at the col- 
lege on a "mount." One of the professors quickly 
corrected me and I found that a catamount is "any 
of various wild cats; cougar, lynx, etc." 

Two bits of folklore surround the life of a cat; 
the first, being clever, and the second, having "nine 
lives." The editorial staff of the Catamount has 
chosen for its theme "The Nine Lives of a Cata- 
mount." Throughout the pages which follow, the 
opportunity is afforded to view these nine lives as 
each unfolds for students on the Potomac State cam- 
pus: 1) registration, 2) freshman week, 3) learning, 
4) organizations, 5) social contacts, 6) solitude, 7) 
involvement, 8) graduation, and 9) the "yet to 
come." 

Activities in these nine lives certainly touch the 
high points of student participation in the College 
program. Students who obtain the most from their 
college years are those who discipline their efforts 
and time in a manner which makes involvement 
possible in each of these. Research on the college 
learning experience has reinforced what most of us 
have thought: that the richness of learning takes 
place as a total experience for the student from the 
time of registration through the time of graduation 
in every aspect of academic, personal, and social 
interaction. 

The college that concerns itself with the individual 
as well as the environmental setting in which he 
grows, learns, and works, should play a significant 
educational role in the total life of the student. This 
college does not content itself with intellectual side 
of life alone, but also with the physical and social 
realms in educating the total student. The Cata- 
mount should illustrate whether Potomac State is 
really accomplishing something in total education 
or not. 




Dr. Harold C. Ooster 

Dean of the College 




School Affairs 




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Mrs. Helen C. Jones 




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STUDENTS 



Sophomore Class Officers Lead School 




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Treas.— G. Combs Sec— C. Rotruck Pres.— K. McDowell V. Pres .— B. Comben Rep .— T. Poling 




James R. Adams 

Ridgeley,W.Va.' 
Computer Science 

Janet Allison 

Clifton, Virginia 
Veterinary Medicine 

Penny L. Alt 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Secondary Education 

Rebecca S. Alt 

Petersburg, W.Va. 
Home Economics 

Charles A. Anderson 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Political Science 

Judith K. Anderson 

Upper Tract, W.Va. 
Home Economics 

Mark G. Angle 

Westernport, Md. 
Journalism 

William L. Annon 

Moatsville, W.Va. 
Commerce 




John A. Arco 

Clarksburg, W.Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Allen C. Ashton 

Hedgesville,W.Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Susan L. Bailey 

Bedford, Pa. 
Journalism 

Thomas R. Bailey 

Panther, W.Va. 
Political Science 

Robert L. Baker 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Computer Science 

Sandra K. Baker 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Executive Secretary 

Susan C. Ballard 

Jane Lew, W.Va. 
Physical Education 

Michelle P. Baroni 

Somerset, Pa. 
Arts and Sciences 





Dorothy L. Bean 

Wiley Ford, W. Va. 
Elementary Education 

Use S. Becker 

Howell, N.J. 
Journalism 

Rhonda F. Becker 

Kensington, Md. 
Home Economics 

Margaret R. Bender 

Friedens, Pa. 
Home Economics 



Brian L Bennett 

Parsons, W.Va. 
Commerce 

James W. Bennett 

Camden-on-Gauley, W.Va. 
Forestry 

Mary L. Blankenship 

Wiley Ford, W.Va. 
Physical Education 

Diann J. Blizzard 

Franklin, W.Va. 
Music 



Stephen G. Bolen 

Sistersville, W.Va. 
Secondary Education 

Tony Bombardiere 

Clarksburg, W.Va. 
Commerce 

John L. Bord 

Grafton, W.Va. 
Law 

Richard N. Borror 

Petersburg, W.Va. 
Engineering 



Richard K. Bostic 

Pickaway, W.Va. 
Agriculture 

Joyce M. Bowers 

Franklin, W.Va. 
Business Technology 

Ronald R. Bowser 

Grantsville, Md. 
Arts and Sciences 

Barbara A. Bowyer 

Charleston, W.Va. 
Accounting 




Harvey L. Bratton 

Lewistown, Pa. 
Physical Therapy 

Brenda J. Bray 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Chemistry 

Lonnie S. Bray 

Swanton, Md. 
Engineering 

James H. Breighner 

Ridgeley, W.Va. 
Engineering 



Brenda M. Brelsford 

Short Gap, W.Va. 
Elementary Education 

Marlene K. Brindle 

Latrobe, Pa. 
Medical Secretary 

Linda D. Brinkman 

Fort Ashby, W.Va. 
Elementary Education 

Randy V. Brown 

Fort Ashby, W.Va. 
Computer Science 




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David W. Buchanan 

Valley Bend, W.Va. 
Political Science 

Stephen T. Bullman 

St. Marys, W.Va. 
Veterinary Medicine 

Jeanette Burgess 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Medical Secretary 

Charles S. Butler 

Piedmont, W.Va. 
Mathematics 

David E. Butt 

Mt. Lake Park, Md. 
Commerce 

Donald R. Canfield 

Montrose, W.Va. 
Agriculture 

Paul M. Canterbury 

Union, W.Va. 



Danny J. Carr 

Parsons, W.Va. 
Forestry 




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Norma K. Carskadon 

Keyser,W.Va. 
Home Economics 

Donald W. Carson 

St. Albans, W.Va. 
Physical Education 

David L Chapman 

Clarksburg, W.Va. 
Computer Science 

Gary L Chenoweth 

Elkins,W.Va. 
Commerce 



James D. Clark 

Berkeley Springs, W.Va. 
Forestry 

Robert R. Clark 

Moorefield,W.Va. 
Forestry 

Lydia L. Clendenin 

Charleston, W.Va. 
Home Economics 

David V. Cline 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Engineering 





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Cynthia L Cole 

Wheeling, W.Va. 
Biology 

Robert E. Comben 

Parsons, W.Va. 
Commerce 

Ernest E. Combs 

Cumberland, Md. 
Engineering 

Mildred E. Cook 

Maysville, W.Va. 
Social Work 



Paul W. Cook 

Ridgeley, W.Va. 
Political Science 

Jeffrey D. Cooper 

Harman,W.Va. 
Mathematics 

Flora E. Crider 

New Creek, W.Va. 
Computer Science 

Carroll E. Criswell 

Martinsburg, W.Va. 
Agriculture 



Brook D. Crites 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Secondary Education 

Deborah A. Crone 

Fort Ashby, W.Va. 
Elementary Education 

Judith A. Crowe 

Princeton, W.Va. 
Business Technology 

Thomas S. Crumbaugh 

Randallstown, Md. 
Commerce 



Glen H. Dalton 

Morgantown, W.Va. 



Harry A. Daniels 

Valley Bend, W.Va. 



Michael L. Daniels 

Burlington, W.Va. 



Karen J. Davidson 

Moorefield,W.Va. 
Executive Secretary 





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George T. DeLauder 

Terra Alta, W.Va. 
Agriculture 


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Herbert K. Derr 

Lancaster, Pa. 
Secondary Education 


Robert L. Dewhurst 

Letart, W.Va. 
Agriculture 


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Stephanie L Dirckston 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Elementary Education 


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Thomas S. Dixon 

Elk Garden, W.Va. 
Secondary Education 


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Gene T. Dodd 

Bridgeport, W.Va. 
Arts and Science 


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James E. Dorsey 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Journalism 




William L Dugas 

Glen Dale, W.Va. 
Sociology 




Sarajane A. Duke 

Saltsburg, Pa. 
Home Economics 

Karen E. DuVall 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Secondary Education 

James R. Dyer 

Fort Seybert, W.Va. 
Agriculture 

Diana L. Ebert 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Medical Secretary 



Paulette Erickson 

Mercersburg, Pa. 
Home Economics 

Sally W. Ezell 

Wheeling, W.Va. 
Drama 

Lewis E. Fallon 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Physical Education 

Robert S. Farrell 

Cumberland, Md. 
Secondary Education 




Roberta K. Fazzalore 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Secondary Education 

Ronald E. Fertig 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Engineering 

John D. Fint 

Aurora, W.Va. 
Agriculture 

Neva J. Frantz 
Eglon,W.Va. 
Business Technology 



Michael B. Fullen 

Union, W.Va. 
Agriculture 

Gary D. Fuller 

Romney, W.Va. 
Physical Education 

Robert S. Furey 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Computer Science 

David R. Gay 

St. Albans, W.Va. 
Dentistry 



Donna S. Goff 

Swanton, Md. 
Home Economics 


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John M. Goldie 

Cool Ridge, W.Va. 
Forestry 


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Rosemary Goots 

Elkins,W.Va. 
Home Economics 


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Cecil O. Gordon 

Romney, W.Va. 
Physical Education 






Mary E. Goss 

Lewistown, Pa. 
Physical Education 


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Edward C. Grose 

Terra Alta, W.Va. 
Agriculture 


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Mary L. Gurka 

Johnstown, Pa. 
Elementary Education 


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Betty J. Hamm 

Charleston, W.Va. 
Executive Secretary 


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Jane E. Handlan 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Stanley M. Hanna 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Computer Science 

Patricia D. Harper 

Vienna, W.Va. 
Computer Science 

Paula L. Harper 

Mullens, W.Va. 
Physical Therapy 



Prkcilla M. Harper 

Vienna, W.Va. 
Computer Science 

Jan W. Harpold 

New Cumberland, W.Va. 
Forestry 

Kenneth D. Harr 

Franklin, W.Va. 
Agriculture 

Raymond R. Harr 

Moorefield,W.Va. 
Forestry 





Anna M. Hartman 

Fort Lee, Va. 
Secondary Education 

Karen A. Havrilesky 

Johnstown, Pa. 
Secondary Education 

Thomas L Hayes 

Paden City, W.Va. 
Engineering 

William A. Healey 

Greensburg, Pa. 
Agriculture 



Jay E. Heavner 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Biology 

Lee P. Heavner 

Flintstone, Md. 
Agriculture 

Sally L. Hedrick 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Secondary Education 

Steven J, Herbaugh 

Ridgeley,W.Va. 
Arts and Sciences 




Carol A. Heinisch 

Huntington, N.Y. 
Secondary Education 

Daniel L Higgins 

Nitro, W.Va. 
Arts and Science 

Jeffery j. Hill 

Parsippany, N.J. 
Arts and Sciences 

Harry W. Hinebaugh 

Oakland, Md. 
Engineering 



Danny J. Hinkle 

Buckhannon, W.Va. 
Physical Education 

Dennis R. Hixenbaugh 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Forestry 

Vickie L Hoffner 

Coketon, W.Va. 
Executive Secretary 

William C. Hogan 

Asbury Park, N.J. 
Physical Education 



Roger D. Hoops 

Shinnston, W.Va. 
Political Science 

Kathleen P. Hug 

Cumberland, Md. 
Commerce 

Michael A. Imperio 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Computer Science 

Bernadette L. Johnston 

Davis, W.Va. 
Speech Therapy 



Kathleen A. Johnston 

Burnham, Pa. 
Elementary Education 

Michael W. Junkins 

Piedmont, W.Va. 
Secondary Education 

Judith L. Kelley 

LaVale, Md. 
Home Economics 

Brian J. Kesecker 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Commerce 




Terry R. Kesner 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Engineering 

Danny L Ketterman 

Moorefield,W.Va. 
Engineering 

Catherine I. Khzmiller 

Elk Garden, W.Va. 
Speech Therapy 

Charles W. Kopfle 

Mount Storm, W.Va. 
Physical Education 



Galen L Kuykendall 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Physical Education 

Jackie S. Kuykendall 

Petersburg, W.Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Larry J. Lambert 

Mill Creek, W.Va. 
Physical Education 

Raymond L LaRue 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Accounting 





April A. Laughlin 

Piedmont, W.Va. 
Elementary Education 

Patricia A. Laughlin 

Westernport, Md. 
Veterinary Medicine 

Thomas W. Linthicum 

Germantown, Md. 
Veterinary Medicine 

Jeffrey L Logsdon 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Computer Science 



David E. MaLatt 

Hedgesville,W.Va. 
Agriculture 

James E. Martin 

Gap Mills, W.Va. 
Computer Science 



William B. Martin 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Commerce 

Louise A. Martina 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Computer Science 



William R. Mathias 

Bladensburg, Md. 
Commerce 

Roy W. Matlick 

Tunnelton, W.Va. 
Computer Science 

Kathryn M. Matthews 

Piedmont, W.Va. 
Elementary Education 

Jacque L. Mayes 

Burnham, Pa. 
Elementary Education 



Steven B. Metz 

Kerens, W.Va. 
Forestry 

Carl L Miller 

Westernport, Md. 
Secondary Education 

Dean A. Miller 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Engineering 

Karen A. Miller 

Bunker Hill, W.Va. 
Physical Therapy 




Nancy A. Minnich 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Journalism 

Charles Alfred Moore 

Terra Alta, W.Va. 
Political Science 

Allen J. Moran 

Elkins, W.Va. 
Agriculture 

Jeffrey C. Morgan 

Clarksburg, W.Va. 
Forestry 



Dennis E. Morris 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Journalism 

Melissa A. Morrone 

New Riegel, Ohio 
Executive Secretary 

Jean L. Moses 

Lonaconing, Md. 
Medical Secretary 

Vickie R. Mosley 

Parkersburg, W.Va. 
Physical Therapy 




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Diana K. Mullenax 

Petersburg, W.Va. 
Executive Secretary 

Michael J. Mundwiler 

Bedford, Pa. 
Computer Science 

Roseanna McCoy 

Ravenswood, W.Va. 
Physical Therapy 

Carolyn L McCracken 

Shanks, W.Va. 
Political Science 



Thomas L. McCullough 

New Cumberland, W.Va. 
Business Technology 

Kevin G. McDowell 

Cumberland, Md. 
Dentistry 

Jan P. McGreevy 

Piedmont, W.Va. 
Secondary Education 

Lana K. McLaughlin 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Home Economics 




Jack B. McVicker 

Rockwood, Pa. 
Elementary Education 

Donald P. Neely 

Jane Lew, VV.Va. 
Engineering 

James P. Niland 

Piedmont, VV.Va. 
Engineering 

Ray F. Oates 

Romney, VV.Va. 
Arts and Sciences 



Rodney L Orndorff 

Quinwood, VV.Va. 
Agriculture 

John W. Pack 

Ripley, VV.Va. 
Commerce 

Patricia A. Paine 

Keyser, VV.Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Dona E. Parsons 

Ripley, VV.Va. 
Secondary Education 




Janet L Patton 

Waynesburg, Pa. 
Home Economics 

Charles F. Payne 

Eskdale, VV.Va. 
Biology 

Rex W. Peters 

Elkins, VV.Va. 
Agriculture 

Denver A. Phares 

Montrose, VV.Va. 
Engineering 



Gregory D. Phillips 

Montrose, VV.Va. 
Commerce 

Rebecca S. Pigati 

Keyser, VV.Va. 
Executive Secretary 

Jeanetta M. Plum 

Piedmont, VV.Va. 
Business Technology 

Robert D. Plummer 

Keyser, VV.Va. 
Computer Technology 



Thomas G. Poling 

Kasson, W.Va. 
Computer Science 

John A. Porter 

Romney, W.Va. 
Physical Education 

Michael L Potter 

Augusta, W.Va. 
Agriculture 

Donald B. Pownell 

Moorefield, W.Va. 
Forestry 



Terrance W. Pratt 

Westernport, Md. 
Computer Science 

David L. Pritts 

Shaw, W.Va. 
Computer Science 

James L Pritts 

Shaw, W.Va. 
Egnineering 

James L Purnell 

Parsons, W.Va. 
Agriculture 




Frances K. Quinn 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Elementary Education 

Bradley J. Ramsey 

Parsons, W.Va. 
Secondary Education 

Kimbra J. Ramsey 

Burnham, Pa. 
Elementary Education 

Jeffrey C. Randolph 

Lost Creek, W.Va. 
Agriculture 



James T. Reel 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Secondary Education 

Randolf E. Richardson 

Wheeling, W.Va. 
Biology 

James D. Robinson 

Beaver, W.Va. 
Physical Education 

Candace A. Rotruck 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Physical Education 





Joseph A. Salyards 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Chemistry 

Belinda J. Sandy 

Parkersburg, W.Va. 
Physical Education 

Maxwell D. Sapong 

Ghana, Africa 
Engineering 

Sharon S. Sayre 

Cottageville, W.Va. 
Secondary Education 



Samuel R. Scarberry 

New Haven, W.Va. 
Agriculture 

Deborah A. Schrockman 

Weirton, W.Va. 
Medical Secretary 

Thomas L Shade 

Martinsburg, W.Va. 
Engineering 

Brent T. Shaffer 

Aurora, W.Va. 
Music 



Charles E. Shaffer 

Charleston, W.Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

John R. Shaffer 

Kasson, W.Va. 
Forestry 



Gary F. Shears 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Secondary Education 



Bruce W. Shelton 

Jeannette, Pa. 
Forestry 

Donald W. Shumaker 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Secondary Education 

Robert M. Sisk 

Ridgeley, W.Va. 
Secondary Education 

Roger L Sisler 

Friendsville, Md. 
Computer Science 




Georgeanna J. Slaughter 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Secondary Education 

Delmas C. Smith 

Augusta, W.Va. 
Journalism 

Janet C. Smith 

Westernport, Md. 
Home Economics 

James V. Snyder 

New Castle, Pa. 
Physical Therapy 



Roger D. Staggs 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Computer Science 

Stanley H. Stewart 

Burlington, W.Va. 
Drama 

Gary L. Stickley 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Engineering 

Robert P. Stiltner 

Morgantown, W.Va. 
Commerce 





Gary G. Strohlein 

Emerson, N.J. 
Elementary Education 

Freda M. Suder 

Fort Ashby, W.Va. 
Elementary Education 

Charles R. Sulser 

Purgitsville, W.Va. 
Agriculture 

Robert C. Summerf ield 

Parsons, W.Va. 
Agriculture 



Murray S. Swanson 

Frederick, Md. 
Engineering 

Gary R. Swiger 

Wallace, W.Va. 
Political Science 

Rebecca L Talbott 

Webster Springs, W.Va. 
Elementary Education 

Alan L Taylor 

Westernport, Md. 
Computer Science 




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Betty S. Taylor 

Pennsboro, W.Va. 
Computer Science 

Jesse L Taylor 

Charlottesville, Va. 
English 

Jeannette M. Tekavec 

Davis, W.Va. 
Speech Therapy 

Peter A. Tenney 

Ellamore, W.Va. 
Forestry 



Charles ). Thompson 

Rawlings, Md. 
Chemistry 

Michael A. Todesko 

Kingwood, W.Va. 
Forestry 

James R. Trickett 

Masontown, W.Va. 
Physical Education 

Robert L True 

Philippi,W.Va. 
Forestry 




Jerry W. Tusing 

Mathias,W.Va. 
Forestry 

Robert W.Unger 

Berkeley Springs, W.Va. 
Agriculture 

Frank R. Upton 

Union, W.Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

David H. Van Liew 

Hopewell, N.J. 
Forestry 



Gary M. Veach 

Purgitsville, W.Va. 
Veterinary Medicine 

William C. Venzke 

Arlington, Va. 
Commerce 

Vicki L Via 

Frostburg, Md. 
Executive Secretary 

Pamala Vincent 

Jane Lew, W.Va. 
Home Economics 



Maxine E. Waggy 

Franklin, W.Va. 
Home Economics 

Janet A. Wagner 

Lewistown, Pa. 
Elementary Education 

Warren L. Wagner 

Rawlings, Md. 
Medicine 

James F. Walker 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Forestry 



Rhonda B. Walton 

Quinwood, W.Va. 
Executive Secretary 

James W. Webster 

Cumberland, Md. 
Law 

Gary L Weese 

Moorefield, W.Va. 
Engineering 

Stephen F. Weible 

Wheeling, W.Va. 
Forestry 





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Larry R. Weikel 

Union, W.Va. 
Agriculture 

Gary L Welch 

Fort Ashby, W.Va. 
Computer Science 

James R. Welsh 

Somerset, Pa. 
History 

Sue E. Welsh 

Fort Ashby, W.Va. 
Secondary Education 



Delmas P. Westfall 

Kingwood, W.Va. 
Agriculture 

Larry E. Whetzel 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Secondary Education 

Robert A. White 

Reedsville, W.Va. 
Computer Science 

Charles E. Whiting 

St. Albans, W.Va. 
Drama 



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Charles T. Wildesen 

Gormania, W.Va. 
Agriculture 

Robert L. Williams 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Biology 

Robert D. Wills 

Piedmont, W.Va. 
Medicine 

Connie J. Wilson 

Cumberland, Md. 
Executive Secretary 

Charles F. Wimer 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Secondary Education 

Robert A. Woolwine 

Elkins,W.Va. 
Forestry 

Steven P. Yewcic 

Conemaugh, Pa. 
Physical Education 

John W. Yokum 

Harman,W.Va. 
Agriculture 




Glenn E. Young 

Todd, Pa. 
Physical Education 



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Martha A. Goff 

Pullman, W.Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Michael R. Riggleman 

Sea Ford, Del. 
Veterinary Medicine 



Marjorie S. Twyman 

Piedmont, W.Va. 
Executive Secretary 

Linda L. Willis 

Elk Garden, W.Va. 
Elementary Education 





Michael D. Adrian 

Romney, W.Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Donna L Alexander 

Bordentown, N.J. 
Medical Technology 

Joyce K. Alfred 

Weston, W.Va. 
Executive Secretary 

Darrell D. Allen 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Physical Education 



Dean R. Alt 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Physical Education 

Karen G. Alt 

Fort Ashby, W.Va. 
Executive Secretary 

Larry J. Amodio 

Clarksburg, W.Va. 
Physical Education 

Robert A. Amtower 

New Creek, W.Va. 
Engineering 



William R. Amtower 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Computer Science 

Roger L Arbuthnot 

Elkins,W.Va. 
Commerce 

Diane S. Armentrout 

Petersburg, W.Va. 



Herbert T. Armstrong 



James M. Augustine 

Addison, Pa. 
Physical Education 

Norman L Auldridge 

Charleston, W.Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

George J. Ayers 

Barton, Md. 
Physical Therapy 

Timothy J. Archibald 

Auburn, Maine 
Forestry 




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John B. Baluh 

Mt. Pleasant, Pa. 
Physical Education 

Nancy E. Bannar 

Mt. Holly, N.J. 
Nursing 

David L. Barb? 

Purgitsville,W.Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Andrew J. Barger 

Wheeling, W.Va. 
Arts and Sciences 



Bill W. Barkley 

Whitmer,W.Va. 
Engineering 

Daniel C. Barnette 

Ripley, W.Va. 
Agriculture 

Debra L. Beard 

Piedmont, W.Va. 
Medical Secretary 

Robert W. Bennear 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Medicine 





Herbert B. Bennett 

Parsons, W.Va. 
Commerce 

John W. Bennett 

Parsons, W.Va. 
Engineering 

Kenneth H. Bennett 

Springfield, W.Va. 
Geology 

Alan C. Beverlin 

Fort Ashby, W.Va. 
Engineering 



James E. Biddle 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Forestry 

Andrea J. Bilik 

Mt. Pleasant, Pa. 
Home Economics 

Paul D. Bingham 

New Martinsville, W.Va. 
Forestry 

Lucinda C. Bishoff 

Moorefield,W.Va. 
Home Economics 





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Susan K. Bishop 

Keyser,W.Va. 
Speech Therapy 

Jerry W. Black 

Mouth of Seneca, W.Va. 
Physical Education 

Christopher M. Blake 



Retta K. Blankenship 

Webster Springs, W.Va. 
Psychology 

Darrell W. Bodkin 

Franklin, W.Va. 
Physical Education 

Keith W. Boggess 

Peterstown, W.Va. 
Agriculture 

Dominick G. Bombardiere 

Clarksburg, W.Va. 
Physical Education 




Donna L. Boyer 

Oldtown,Md. 
Nursing 

Christopher W. Boyles 

Clarksburg, W.Va. 
Computer Science 

Michael E. Braeseker 

Somerset, Pa. 
Arts and Sciences 

Patricia A. Branagan 

Bordentown, N.J. 
Physical Therapy 



Kevin M. Broker 

Creensburg, Pa. 
Commerce 

Glen W. Brown 

Rowlesburg, W.Va. 
Computer Science 

Larry W. Brown 

Summersville, W.Va. 
Forestry 

Raymond D. Brown 

Romney, W.Va. 
Data Processing 



Roger S. Brown 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Agriculture 

John G. Bryant 

Circleville,W.Va. 
Engineering 

Andrew H. Bsharah 

Beckley, W.Va. 
Pharmacy 

Randy B. Bullman 

St. Marys, W.Va. 
Geology 



Charles E. Burford 

Follansbee, W.Va. 
Forestry 

Jo E. Burner 

Petersburg, W.Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Robert G. Burns 

Reedsville, W.Va. 
Journalism 

Margaret S. Butler 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Elementary Education 




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Denise E. Byroade 

Johnstown, Pa. 
Physical Education 



Guerino J. Calemine 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Political Science 



Bobby L Campbell 

Rainelle,W.Va. 
Agriculture 

John B. Campbell 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Physical Education 

Alfred A. Campion 

Scotch Plains, N.J. 
Agriculture 

Virgil L Canterbury 

Union, W.Va. 
Agriculture 





Wanda L Carres 

OxonHill,Md. 
Arts and Sciences 

Beverly M. Carson 

Mason, VV.Va. 
Home Economics 

Charles L Casteel 

Pleasant Unity, Pa. 
Sociology 

Rickey L Chidester 

Newburg, W.Va. 
Forestry 



Steve J. Cirillo 

Mount Holly, N.J. 
Medicine 

Kathleen M. Cirucci 

Arlington, Va. 



Charles S. Clark 

Piedmont, W.Va. 
Secondary Education 

Deborah J. Clark 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Secondary Education 



Diana M. Clark 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Physical Education 

Ronald E. Clark 

Milton, W.Va. 
Physical Education 

Reginald E. Clauze 

Maysville, W.Va. 
Medical Technology 

Richard S. Clevenger 

Summersville, W.Va. 
Forestry 

Daniel J. Collier 

Smithfield,Pa. 
Engineering 

Connie A. Colombo 

Nutter Fort, W.Va. 
Music 

Walter S. Condry 

Oldtown, Md. 
Engineering 

Steven L Cook 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Chemistry 




Ronald L. Crawford 

Wikel, W.Va. 
Agriculture 

Stella L. Cronin 

Charleston, W.Va. 
Veterinary Medicine 

Jay W. Cross 

Charleston, W.Va. 
Commerce 

Charles W. Curry 

Lewistown, Pa. 
Commerce 



Susan K. Oaugherty 

Arlington, Va. 
Executive Secretary 

Margaret E. Davis 

Weston, W.Va. 
Medical Secretary 

Stephen A. Davis 

Beckley, W.Va. 
Political Science 

Nancy L Dawson 

Charles Town, W.Va. 
Executive Secretary 





Suzanne M. Day 

San Antonio, Texas 
Elementary Education 

Rhoda A. Dayton 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Elementary Education 

Randy A. DeBastiani 

Arthurdale,W.Va. 
Physical Education 

Stephen L. DeDea 

Windber, Pa. 
Physical Education 



Hilary |. Deeds 

Falling Waters, W.Va. 
Veterinary Medicine 

Delvin D. Deem 

Dawson, W.Va. 
Agriculture 

Garold M. Deem 

New Martinsville, W.Va. 
Pharmacy 

Randy D. DeGarmo 

Wellsburg,W.Va. 
Forestry 




Dale R. DeHaven 

Martinsburg, W.Va. 
Sociology 

Walter J. Derda 

Newell, W.Va. 
Forestry 

Nancy L. Devens 

Westernport, Md. 
Arts and Sciences 

Richard W. Devers 

New Creek, W.Va. 
Computer Science 



Daniel T. Devlin 

Midland, Md. 
Dentistry 

Regina A. Devlin 

Lonaconing, Md. 
Computer Science 

Joyce A. DiGirolamo 

Weirton,W.Va. 
Speech Therapy 

Joan M. DiSarno 

FlorhamPark, N.J. 
Executive Secretary 





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Rebecca A. Dixon 

Lewistown, Pa. 
Nursing 

Thomas S. Dooley 

White Sulphur Springs, W.Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Brian M. Dorsey 

Bridgeport, W.Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Harry M. Dorsey 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Biology 



Michael D. Dotson 

Lewisburg, W.Va. 
Agriculture 

David A. Drake 

Wilmington, Del. 
Journalism 

Terry A. Driggs 

Charleston, W.Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Marilyn S. Dungan 

Chatham, N.J. 
Home Economics 



Paul L. Dunlcle 

St. Albans, W.Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Randy E. Durst 

Elk Garden, W.Va. 
Computer Science 

Susan ]. Dusche 

Roseland, N.J. 
Home Economics 

Earl W. DuVall 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Secondary Education 



Earl W. Ebert 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Commerce 

Charles W.Ecker 

Charleston, W.Va. 
Physical Education 

Lorraine Emory 

Florham Park, N.J. 
Executive Secretary 

Bernard E. Evans 

Mount Hope, W.Va. 
Political Science 




Daniel L. Eye 

Old Fields, W.Va. 
Physical Education 

Todd A. Farmer 

Martinsburg, W.Va. 
Law 

Rodney B. Fast 

Grafton, W.Va. 
Physical Education 

Benny ). Faulk 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Physical Education 



Ernest R. Fauss 

Cumberland, Md. 
Secondary Education 

Gergory L Fertig 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Agriculture 

Mark A. Finkenbinder 

Fort Ashby, W.Va. 
Political Science 

John L Fish 

Wheeling, W.Va. 
Journalism 





Paul B. Fisher 

Beckley,W.Va. 
Commerce 

Amy J. Flynn 

Wendel, Pa. 
Executive Secretary 

James H. Fortney 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Secondary Education 

Stephen W. Fox 

Defiance, Pa. 
Engineering 



James F. Fredman 

Paw Paw, W.Va. 
Forestry 

Stephen D. Frey 

Moatsville,W.Va. 
Forestry 

Deborah K. Friend 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Medical Secretary 

Nora M. Friend 

Mt. Alto, W.Va. 
Physical Education 



Sharon A. Friedline 

Somerset, Pa. 
Home Economics 

Thomas P. From 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Commerce 

Kathryn S. Fuller 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Biology 

Erma L. Gaither 

Mt. Storm, W.Va. 
Medical Secretary 

David C. Ganskopp 

Wardensville,W.Va. 
Forestry 

John D. Garlitz 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Engineering 

Kim Gemondo 

Shinnston, W.Va. 
Political Science 

James G. Gensel 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Physical Education 










Lonnie B. George 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Secondary Education 



Mary R. Gnagy 

Somerset, Pa. 
Elementary Education 



Deborah L Goller 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Arts and Sciences 



Mark C. Gompers 

St. Clair, Pa. 
Physical Education 

Harold J. Goodman 

Jeannette, Pa. 
Secondary Education 

Charles L Green 

Piedmont, W.Va. 
Secondary Education 

Harman F. Groves 

Petersburg, W.Va. 
Political Science 










Rebecca A. Guire 

Norton, W.Va. 
Journalism 

Gary M. Haller 

Parsons, W.Va. 
Commerce 

Steven M. Hamed 

Green Bank, W.Va. 
Engineering 

Elizabeth B. Hamill 

Oakland, Md. 
Arts and Sciences 



Robin K. Hanni 

Canfield,Ohio 
Secondary Education 

Edgar D. Harbert 

San Fernando, Calif. 
Physical Education 

Ronald E. Hardeman 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Physical Education 

Donald R. Harper 

Lewistown, Pa. 
Physical Education 




Marshall A. Harper 

Fort Seybert, W.Va. 
Agriculture 

Daniel L Harris 

Westernport, Md. 
Engineering 

Linda S. Hartman 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Elementary Education 

Denise L. Hartmann 

Teaneck, N.J. 
Agriculture 

Howard J. Hastings 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Computer Science 

Rita L. Hawk 

Scherr,W.Va. 
Elementary Education 

Michael A. Hazey 

Johnstown, Pa. 
Arts and Sciences 

Wanda R. Hedrick 

Mount Clinton, Va. 
Medical Secretary 







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Judy K. Heishman 

Baker, W.Va. 
Medical Secretary 



Arnold K. Helmick 

Meadow Bridge, W.Va. 
Agriculture 

Gary E. Helms 

Newburg, W.Va. 
Secondary Education 



Stewart W. Henry 

Castleton, Va. 
Physical Education 

Elizabeth A. Hevener 

Franklin, W.Va. 
Physical Therapy 

John M. Hill 

Charles Town, W.Va. 
Agriculture 

George M. Hinchman 

Elkins,W.Va. 
Commerce 



Leon B. Hinkle 

FortAshby,W.Va. 
Engineering 

William L. Hinkle 

Bridgeport, W.Va. 
Forestry 

Lucinda S. Hise 

Piedmont, W.Va. 
Executive Secretary 

Donald R. Holmes 

Reedsville, W.Va. 
Physical Therapy 



Dorothy V. Holshey 

Lonaconing, Md. 
Library Science 

Deborah Holt 

Moorefield,W.Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Kathleen E. Horn 
Blairsville, Pa. 

Psychology 

Steven E. Householder 

Westernport, Md. 
Physical Education 




Barbara L Hovatter 

Parsons, W.Va. 
Home Economics 

Robert C. Howard 

Charles Town, W.Va. 
Secondary Education 

Phillip D. Howell 

Bristol, W.Va. 
Forestry 

William P. Hunt 

Moorefield, W.Va. 
Physical Education 



Barbara A. Hutchinson 

Piedmont, W.Va. 
Executive Secretary 

David L Idleman 

Elk Garden, W.Va. 
Agriculture 

Augustus C. Jackson 

White Sulphur Springs, V 
Arts and Sciences 

David K. Jackson 

Elk Garden, W.Va. 
Arts and Sciences 




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Charlotte L. James 

Oldtown,Md. 
Medicine 

Howard O. James 

Oldtown,Md. 
Chemistry 

William E. Janoske 

Oakland, Md. 
Elementary Education 

Robert W. Johnston 

Piedmont, W.Va. 
Secondary Education 



Deborah A. Jones 

Sherman, W.Va. 
Speech Therapy 

Gary D. Jones 

Wheeling, W.Va. 
Engineering 

William J. Jurick 

Clarksburg, W.Va. 
Commerce 

Iggie J. Kalcum 

Benwood, W.Va. 
Engineering 



lona R. Keller 

Keyser,W.Va. 
Political Science 

Carol L. Kemp 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Executive Secretary 

Cecelia A. Keplinger 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Medical Secretary 

Deborah G. Kight 

Oakland, Md. 
Arts and Sciences 



Anna G. Kimble 

Upper Tract, W.Va. 
Executive Secretary 

Randall A. Kimble 

Landes, W.Va. 
Accounting 

Ronnie L Kincaid 

Mt. Lookout, W.Va. 



Carless V. Kinser 

Camp Creek, W.Va. 
Agriculture 




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John D. Kite 

Kearneysville, W.Va. 
Agriculture 

Robert E. Klinger 

Lewistown, Pa. 
Commerce 

Kathryn A. Kuh 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Secondary Education 

John W. Lahman 

Piedmont, W.Va. 
Music 



Craig A. Lawson 

laeger, W.Va. 
Political Science 

Marian L. Lease 

Westernport, Md. 
Journalism 

Edgar A. Leatherman 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Commerce 

Paul A. Leatherman 

Antioch, W.Va. 
Accounting 










Glengary G. Lemasters 

Annandale, Va. 
Commerce 

Paul A. Liebig 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Secondary Education 

Thomas T. Lightfoot 

Hyattsville, Md. 
Accounting 

Robert S. Liller 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Secondary Education 



Bruce A. Linton 

Martinsburg, W.Va. 
Agriculture 

Christopher C. Logan 

Lewisburg, W.Va. 
Physical Education 

Deborah A. Long 

Keyser, W.Va. 
English 

Deborah L. Lothes 

Montrose, W.Va. 
Nursing 




Marvin M. Lowman 

Martinsburg, W.Va. 
Forestry 

Stephen G. Loy 

McMechen, W.Va. 
Engineering 

Galen D. Ludwick 

Burlington, W.Va. 
Forestry 

Angelo R. Luvara 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Engineering 



John P. Malone 

Fort Ashby, W.Va. 
Physical Education 

Margueritte R. Malone 

Fort Ashby, W.Va. 
Secondary Education 

Michael D. Malone 

Fort Ashby, W.Va. 
History 

Mark A. Manchin 

Farmington, W.Va. 
Physical Education 




William G. Manns 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Political Science 

Clarence B. Martin 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Sociology 

George R. Martin 

Salem, N.J. 
Physical Education 

Virginia A. Mastroguiseppe 

Coalton,W.Va. 
Medical Technology 



Donna J. Mellott 

Mercersburg, Pa. 
Elementary Education 

Beth A. Mierley 

Lewistown, Pa. 
Elementary Education 

Richard D. Miles 

Romney, W.Va. 
Biology 

Brady L Miller 

Grafton, W.Va. 
Arts and Sciences 






Harry L Miller 

Barton, Md. 
Computer Science 

Mark C. Miller 

Todd, Pa. 
Commerce 

Charles A. Moore 

Winchester, Va. 
Forestry 

Jerry D. Moore 

Mouth of Seneca, W.Va. 
Political Science 



Sidney B. Moore 

Dunmore, W.Va. 
Engineering 

Stephen B. Moore 

Clarksburg, W.Va. 
Sociology 

Steven W. Moorehead 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Physical Education 

Terry A. Morgan 

MacArthur,W.Va. 
Journalism 




Alpheus L Morrison 

Sutton, W.Va. 
Physical Education 

Donna L Mortimer 

Bordentown, N.J. 
Physical Therapy 

David S. Mullenax 

Durbin,W.Va. 
Forestry 

Daniel A. Murphy 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Veterinary Medicine 



Linda S. Murphy 

Westernport, Md. 
Secondary Education 

Susan P. Murphy 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Robert A. McCoy 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Medicine 

Wetzel L McCoy 

Summersville, W.Va. 
Forestry 





Robert D. McCutcheon 

Washington Grove, Md. 
Political Science 

George W. McNeill 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Computer Science 

Ellen A. Nelson 

Sparta, N.J. 
Sociology 

Steven C. Nestor 

Moatsville, W.Va. 
Agriculture 

Frank D. Niagro 

Rockville, Md. 
Biology 

Susan C. Nicol 

Knoxville, Md. 
Journalism 

William M. Niland 

Piedmont, W.Va. 
Engineering 

Edward L Nugent 

Pratt, W.Va. 
Sociology 



George D. Oliphant 

West Point, Va. 
Arts and Science 

Rodney S. Oliverio 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Engineering Technology 

Charles Omechinski 

Quinwood, W.Va. 
Agriculture 

Sue E. O'Neal 

Harrington, Del. 
Executive Secretary 



Francis E. Onestinghel 

Clarksburg, W.Va. 
History 

Rebecca L. Packer 

Burlington, W.Va. 
Medical Secretary 

Ronald M. Patterson 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Biology 

David L Paugh 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Forestry 







Karen D. Perkins 

Buckhannon, W.Va. 
Home Economics 

Michael D. Peters 

Grafton, W.Va. 
Veterinary Medicine 

John O. Pezzanhe 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Chemistry 

Alma J. Phillips 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Home Economics 



Faye A. Pilling 

Belair, Md. 
Home Economics 

Richard W. Pletcher 

Rockwood, W.Va. 
Elementary Education 

Michael J. Potoka 

Mt. Pleasant, Pa. 
Arts and Sciences 

Dixie L Pownall 

Short Gap, W.Va. 
Arts and Sciences 





Patrick O. Pugh 

Beaver, W.Va. 
Agriculture 

Harry L Puster 

Charles Town, W.Va. 
Agriculture 

John F. Putt 

Saxton, Pa. 
Commerce 

Linda S. Pyles 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Commerce 



Margaret J. Quinn 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Physical Education 

Craig V. Redman 

Petersburg, W.Va. 
Physical Education 

Susan L Reese 

Hyndman, Pa. 



Stephen E. Rahman 

Augusta, W.Va. 
Agriculture 




Richard ). Ridder 

Oakland, Md. 
Music 

Jerry F. Riggs 

Rowlesburg, W.Va. 
Engineering Technology 

Andrew I. Rinker 

Ridgeley,W.Va. 
Agriculture 

Samuel R. Rishel 

Alexandria, Pa. 
Agriculture 



Fay A. Rivers 

Fort Ashby, W.Va. 
Medical Secretary 

Randall S. Roberts 

Somerset, Pa. 
Arts and Sciences 

Kevin C. Robertson 

Piedmont, W.Va. 
Secondary Education 

Edwin E. Robinson 

Clarksburg, W.Va. 
Secondary Education 




James A. Roderick 

Piedmont, W.Va. 
History 

Debra A. Rosenberger 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Elementary Education 

Frederick W. Ross 

Lumberport, W.Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Carolyn S. Rotruck 

Antioch, W.Va. 
Executive Secretary 



Carolyn T. Roush 

New Haven, W.Va. 
Psychology 

Thomas A. Royce 

Grafton, W.Va. 
Forestry 

James E. Rubenstein 

Thomas, W.Va. 
Sociology 

Ronnie M. Rubino 

Potomac, Md. 
Commerce 






Charles W. Saleskey 

Keyser, W.Va. 



Ronald M. Salony 

Johnstown, Pa. 



Karen S. Saville 

Piedmont, W.Va. 
Elementary Education 

Frederick P. Schadler 

Keyser, W.Va. 



Charles E. Shahan 

Oakland, Md. 
Elementary Education 

Daniel L. Shanholtz 

Springfield, W.Va. 
Agriculture 

Susanne E. Shaver 

Palmer, Alaska 
Secondary Education 

Jerry R. Shay 

Reedsville,W.Va. 
Secondary Education 




Dowden E. Shingleton 

Philippi,W.Va. 
Agriculture 

Michael V. Shingleton 

Romney, W.Va. 
Forestry 

Harlan N. Shreve 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Computer Science 

Timothy L. Shrout 

Bretz,W.Va. 
Engineering 



Karen S. Simmons 

Franklin, W.Va. 
Accounting 

Ronda G. Simmons 

Parsons, W.Va. 
Nursing 

Herbert L Sites 

Franklin, W.Va. 
Commerce 

Michael J. Skinner 

Oswego, N.Y. 
Accounting 





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Richard P. Sleek 

New Paris, Pa. 
Engineering 

Diane L. Smith 

Westmont, N.J. 
Psychology 

Edward H. Smith 

Fairmont, W.Va. 
Computer Science 

George W. Smith 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Accounting 



James E. Smith 

Lonaconing, Md. 
Biology 

Kevin B. Smith 

Chatham Township, N.J. 
Engineering 

Michael R. Smith 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Biology 

Don R. Snyder 

Maysville, W.Va. 
Geology 



John P. Snyder 

Saxton, Pa. 
Physical Education 

Gary A. Sowers 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Physical Therapy 

Larry W. Srout 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Melissa C. Stanislawczyk 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Journalism 



Aleta J. Stephen 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Stephen J. Sterling 

Clarksburg, W.Va. 
Forestry 

Samuel B. Stewart 

Berkeley Springs, W.Va. 
Biology 

Jane A. Stoy 

Somerset, Pa. 
Elementary Education 




Connie R. Strickland 

Ripley, W.Va. 
Nursing 

Danny R. Stuchell 

Arthurdale,W.Va. 
Agriculture Technology 

Thomas H. Stuck 

Oakland, Md. 
Commerce 

Robert L. Summers 

Camp Springs, Md. 
Arts and Sciences 



Michael E. Supack 

Thomas, W.Va. 
Sociology 

Roy G. Sutton 

Wheeling, W.Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Bradley L Swiger 

Wallace, W.Va. 
Secondary Education 

David D. Sylvester 

Masontown, W.Va. 
Physical Education 





Stanley J. Szafran 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Physical Education 

Stephen L Taylor 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Physical Education 

Leonard A. Tepper 

Mt. Pleasant, Pa. 
Commerce 

Robert G. Tetrick 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Journalism 



Lana L. Tettenburn 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Secondary Education 

Debbie K. Thayer 

Thomas, W.Va. 
Executive Secretary 

Barbara A. Thorne 

Burlington, W.Va. 
Commerce 

Charles H. Thornhill 

Montrose, W.Va. 
Agriculture 




David J. Thornton 

Wheeling, W.Va. 
Engineering 

Linda L. Tichnell 

Piedmont, W.Va. 
Elementary Education 

Anthony Turner 

Mouth of Seneca, W.Va. 
Physical Education 

Larry M. Twigg 

Oldtown, Md. 
Agriculture 



Retha C. Twyman 

Piedmont, W.Va. 
Elementary Education 

Thomas L. Vance 

Elkins,W.Va. 
Agriculture 

Robert T. Vandevander 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Computer Science 

Tracy E. VanMeter 

Cumberland, Md. 
Commerce 




Johnny C. Verzich 

Mouth of Seneca, W.Va. 
Elementary Education 

Anita S. Virostek 

Parsons, W.Va. 
Accounting 

Ronald M. Vizza 

Johnstown, Pa. 
Physical Education 

Lora L. Volo 

Bordentown, N.J. 
Dentistry 



Rick E. Ware 

Kearneysville, W.Va. 
Agriculture 

Terring M. Ware 

Grafton, W.Va. 
Chemistry 

Danny T. Warner 

Circleville,W.Va. 
Forestry 

Jack D. Warner 

Circleville,W.Va. 
Elementary Education 



Steven ). Washuta 

West Orange, N.J. 
Physical Education 

Deborah E. Wasmer 

Elkins,W.Va. 
Computer Science 

Linda R. Watkins 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Executive Secretary 

Donald W. Weaver 

Arlington, Va. 
Sociology 



Paul A. Weese 

Riverton, W.Va. 
Forestry 

Elizabeth S. Wells 

Romney, W.Va. 
History 

Karla W. Welsh 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Alan P. Whetzel 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Agriculture 




Joseph E. White 

Weston, W.Va. 
Physical Education 

David E. Williams 

Weston, W.Va. 
Physical Education 

John D. Williamson 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Commerce 

Susan L Willis 

Erbacon, W.Va. 
Psychology 

Ann H. Wilson 

Baltimore, Md. 
Elementary Education 

Linda J. Wilson 

Parkersburg, W.Va. 
Technical Drama 

Nancy E. Wilson 

Petersburg, W.Va. 
English 

Timothy P. Wilson 

Piedmont, W.Va. 
Computer Science 





NOT PICTURED: 
Michael W. Clower 

Romney, W.Va. 
Engineering 

Harlan C. Fillinger 

Huntington, W.Va. 
Physical Education 

William E. Gatlin 

Bayard, W.Va. 
Engineering Technology 



Joseph j. Kelly 

Lewisburg, W.Va. 
Agriculture Technology 

James G. Metcalfe 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Donald W. McGuinness 

Secondary Education 
Keyser, W.Va. 



Lawrence J. McKenzie 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Medicine 

Alfred Scarpa 

Physical Education 
West Orange, N.J. 

Larry D. Shaffer 

Manns Choice, Pa. 
Forestry 



Walter H. Wingo 

Rockville, Md. 
Commerce 

John O. Wolfe 

Corriganville, Md. 
Commerce 

Martha E. Woodard 

Keyser, W.Va. 
Arts and Sciences 

Robert C. Woods 

Charmco, W.Va. 
Agriculture 



Paulette L. Woomer 

Altoona, Pa. 
Physical Education 

Gregory F. Zearfoss 

Somerset, Pa. 
Journalism 

James W. Zorn 

Glen Dale, W.Va. 
Computer Science 




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OF 
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Keyser, West Virginia 



A Distinguished Junior College 

Accredited by the North Central Association 

of Colleges and Secondary Schools 



* A Long Tradition of High Quality Education 

* A Small College Atmosphere 

* Individual Attention for all Students 

* Excellent Facilities 

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Member 


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Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 



La PETITE BEAUTY 
SALON 

Cutting — Styling 
Tinting — Bleaching 
Permanent Waving 

Phone 788-1605 

56 No. Main Street 

Keyser, W. Va. 



PEOPLE'S PHARMACY 

• Prescriptions 

• Cosmetics 

• Hollingsworth 
Candies 

Main and Armstrong Streets 
Phone SU 8-5461 



MINNICH'S FLOWER 
SHOP 

74 North Main Street 

Keyser, West Virginia 

Gerould Grubbs — Owner 



GARDNER HARDWARE 

Retail Hardware 

40 N. Main Street 

Phone 788-1641 

Keyser, West Virginia 



Westvaco Coffllege That 






Phone: 788-1671 






POTOMAC MOTEL 






Keyser, W. Va. 




u. 


S. 220, 1 Mile South of Keyser 
John Rokisky, Manager 




Electric 


Heat Televisk 


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Air Conditioning Wall to Wall 


Carpet 



KAPLON'S MEN'S STORE 

JAY'S SHOE STORE 
SHEAR'S LADIES STORE 

Good Stores in Keyser, West Virginia 



"With Our Compliments And Best Wishes" 

NANCY HANKS POST No. 3518 
AND LADIES AUXILIARY 

VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS OF THE U.S. 

Keyser, West Virginia 
"We Are Supporting Our Boys In Viet Nam" 



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of 




WESTERN 


AUTO 


Armstrong 


Street 


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Virginia 



WHITACRE'S GIFT SHOP 

"Gifts with a Flair" 

25 No. Centre Street 

Cumberland — Frostburg 



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BLUE JAY RESTAURANT 




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BOGGS SUPPLY COMPANY 



'Tour Home Improvement Center" 

Ro«te 4 Complete Line of Building Supplies New Creek Drive 

B «" F Telephone 788-1617 K.yser, w. v.. 

Remodeling Improvement Finance Plan — "See Us First for the Best" — We Give Plaid Stamps 




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of 



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COMPTON REAL ESTATE 
NAREB 



PATRIOTIC SHOE SHOP 

Reno Calemine, Proprietor 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 



POTOMAC VALLEY HOSPITAL 



Keyser, West Virginia 



GEORGE'S AMERICAN STATION 


Complete Car Service 
Minor Repairs 


Phone 788-3124 


Students Personal Checks Cashed 



READY-MIX 

CONCRETE 

— Free Estimate — 

B AND B CONCRETE, INC. 

Phone 788-3213 
Keyser, W. Va. 



EDUCATOR'S MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. 




Your Local Representative 






For the College Program 






R. L. Murray Agency 




64 N. Main Street 


Phone 788-1351 


Keyser, W. Va. 



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R. C. MARKER 

Cumberland, Md. 
Phone 724-3390 



CHAT AND CHEW 
RESTAURANT 

Good Food and Friendly Atmosphere 



JIMMY'S 


PIZZA SHOP 


"Italian 


Restaurant" 


Only The Best 

All Pizza Made 

Spaghetti and Meat Balls 

To Order 


Route No. 220 


South Keyser 


New Creek Dr. 


788-1593 



RINARDS JEWELRY AND 
GIFTS 

Gifts of Quality 

for 
Every Occasion 

Registered Keepsake Diamonds 

81 North Main Street 

Keyser, W. Va. 



KEYPRINT, INC. 

ALL TYPE OF PRINTING 

23 No. Mineral St. 
Keyser, W. Va. 



CANNON ELECTRIC, INC. 

Phone 788-2212 

488 South Main Street 

Keyser, W. Va. 



WOLF FURNITURE COMPANY 

Largest Furniture Store In The Area 

Best Quality Lowest Prices Easiest Terms 

52 Armstrong Street 786-4399 788-3711 

Carmen Terrizzi, Manager Keyser, West Vriginia 









"SHOP — MURPHY'S" 












Your Complete Variety Store 












Suggestions for the Student 






School S 


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Dresses 


Dorm Furnis 


hings 






Sportswear 


Novelties 










Waste Baskets 


Jewelry 










Sweaters 






G. 


C. MURPHY COMPANY 










The Complete Variety Store 






97- 


103 


N. Ma 


in Street Keyser, W. Va. 


Phone SU 4-1866 



ROMIG DRUG COMPANY 

The Rexall Store 

Piedmont and Keyser, West Virginia 

Phone 788-1643 and 355-7861 



Keyser Television 
Community Antenna System 

KEYSER TELEVISION 
COMPANY,! NC. 



LEADING FLORIST 

Flowers for all Occasions 

37 N. Davis Street 
Keyser, W. Va. 
Phone 788-3445 




Phone 784-7826 

E. W. EBERT 

JEWELER 

Armstrong Street 



Keyser, West Virginia 
"Certified Master Watchmaker" 



WHY BANK . ^ 


FOUNDED 1911 
TRUST DEPARTMENT ESTABLISHED 

TELEPHONE 788-3111 


1955 


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MARKWOOD FUNERAL HOME 

Thomas R. Smith 
Harold W. McKenzie 



HIS. Mineral Street 
Phone SU 4-3231 
Keyser, W. Va. 



SHAPIROS STORES 

61 - 63 Armstrong Street 
Keyser, West Virginia 



MINCO MOTOR SALES, INC. 



Hand-picked used cars 



540 S. Mineral St. 
Keyser, W. Va. 26726 



Phone 788-2824 



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THE FRATERNITY FOR MEN 




YOU LIVE 
BETTER 

iCIBI 

REDDY KILOWATT 



Potomac Edison 

Part of the Allegheny Power System t\ 




Compliments 




of 




LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE NO. 


662 


KEYSER, WEST VIRGINIA 









the new NOW fashions 

STORES ^^^ 

IN KEYSER, W. VA. 
And these twenty-seven other progressive communities 



► Buckhannon, W. Va 

► Everett, Pa. 

► Franklin, W. Va. 

► Hancock, Md. 

► Harnsville, W. Va. 

► Kingwood, W. Va. 

► LaVale. Md. 

► Lewisburg, W. Va. 

► Marlinton, W. Va. 



• McConnellsburg, Pa. 

• Meyersdale, Pa. 

• Moorefield, W. Va. 

» New Martinsville, W. Va 
» Oakland, Md. 
» Parsons, W. Va. 

• Petersburg, W. Va. 
» Philippi, W. Va. 

• Piedmont, W. Va. 



* Richwood, W. Va. 
» Ripley, W. Va. 

» Romney, W. Va. 
» Shippensburg, Pa. 
» Spencer, W. Va. 
» St. Marys, W. Va. 

* Summersville, W. Va. 

* Waynesboro, Pa. 
► Waynesburg, Pa. 



RELAX AND ENJOY 

A 

GOOD MOVIE AT 

THE KEYSER THEATER 

Main Street 
Keyser, W. Va. 



UPPER 


POTOMAC TELEVISION 

Home of: R. C. A. T.V's 
Zenith T.V's 
and 
Whirlpool Appliances 


CO., 


INC. 


112 North M 


tin Street. . . .Keyser, West Virginia. 


. . Phone 


788-3241 




Piedmont, West Virginia. 


. .Phone 


355-2301 




WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL 







GRAYSON'S 



22 Armstrong Street 



Complete Line of Sporting Goods 

Guns - Ammunition - Fishing Equipment 

Photographic Equipment 

Converse Chuck Taylor Shoes 

Keyser, W. Va. 



Phone 788-3841 



Tubes and Electronic 



Components 

PULLIAM MUSIC SERVICE CENTER, 



INC. 



Top Hit's - 45's 
80y! and 25</ 



"It pays to cross the tracks" 
Main at Mozelle St. 

Phone 788-3242 
Keyser, West Virginia 



8 Track Stereo Tapes 
Special 2/S5.00 
Others $5.95 up 



POTOMAC 
VALLEY LANES 




Charles L. Layman — Manager 



Route 220 South 
Keyser, W. Va. 



THRUSH FEED & SUPPLY 

Feeds Seeds Fertilizer 

Farm Supplies 

670 Armstrong St. Phone 788-1333 

Keyser, W. Va. 



DOWNTOWN CUMBERLAND BUSINESS 


ASSOCIATION 


L. Bernstein Furniture Company 


Peoples Service Drug Store 


9 North Centre Street 


100 Baltimore Street 


Burton's 


Peskin's 


1 27 Baltimore Street 


145-147 Baltimore Street 


E. V. Coyle Furniture Company 


Potomac Edison Company 


45 Baltimore Street 


1 12 Union Street 


Cumberland Cloak & Suit Store 


Rosenbaum Department Store 


52 Baltimore Street 


118-126 Baltimore Street 


Cumberland Electric Company 


Schwarzenbach & Son 


47 N. Centre Street 


128-132 Baltimore Street 


Curl's Camera Shop 


Shinnamon's 


56 N. Centre Street 


61 Baltimore Street 


First National Bank & Trust 


The Sports Shoppe 


Company of Western Maryland 


55 N. Centre Street 


71 Baltimore Street 






Times & Alleganian Company 


Lazarus, Inc. 


19-23 Baltimore Street 


55 Baltimore Street 






Tots to Teens 


Liberty Trust Company 


18 N. Centre Street 


81 Baltimore Street 






Vandegrift Music Shop 


S. T. Little Jewelry Company 


35 Baltimore Street 


1 13 Baltimore Street 






WCUM 


The Manhattan 


White Ave. 


69 Baltimore Street 






WUOK 


Montgomery Ward Company 


134 N. Mechanic Street 


155-163 Baltimore Street 






Wolf Furniture Company 


G. C. Murphy Company 


42 Baltimore Street 


138-152 Baltimore Street 




WESTERN MARYLAND 


CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 


42 No. 


Liberty Street 


Cumberland, Maryland 



Compliments 
of 



GARREl 1 ^m, 
NATIONAL BANK 



"Serving All Of The Area Banking Needs" 
"Specializing In No Charge Checking Accounts" 




nwm coca-cola bottling works, inc. 

East Main Street, Romney, W. Va. 



THE HAMPSHIRE REVIEW 

"The oldest newspaper in West Virginia 

published in the oldest town in 

West Virginia." 

Romney, West Virginia 



DAVIDSON'S D & D 
CLEANERS 

STA-NU Processing for 
Safer, Better Cleaning 

SUEDE CLEANING - WATER 

PROOFING 

MOTH PROOFING - ALTERING 

Keyser, W. Va. Phone SU 8-5441 



HAMPSHIRE PHARMACY 

H. L. Wells, R. Ph. 

Romney, W. Va. 
Phone 822-3313 



ROTRUCK FUNERAL HOME 


85 So 


Main Street 


Allen 


M. Rotruck 


Keyser, 


West Virginia 



Education is the foundation 
for the growth of the mind 


Compliments of the 


KEYSER GARMENT CO. 


Keyser, W. Va. 











Compliments of 












BLAKE 


s. 


OSS PAINT CONTRACTOR 

104 North Main Street 






P. 


0. 


Box 368 




Phone 788-1774 


Keyser, 


W. 


Va. 



Best Prices High Quality 
Determined Service 

WEESE'S APPLIANCE, TV 
& FURNITURE STORE 

Carpets & Linoleum 

Phones 304 788-1111 

301-786-4395 

50-54 N. Mineral Street, P.O. Box 430 

Keyser, West Virginia 26726 



Compliments of 

KEYSER CANDY 
COMPANY 

Tricks, Jokes, Novelties, & Souvenii 
46 N. Mineral Street 
Keyser, West Virginia 




Compliments of 

SCHMIDT BAKING CO. 



Good Food 

means 

Good Health 

Meet your friends 

at 

THE ROYAL 
RESTAURANT 



RATCLIFF'S MARKET 

Grocery Store and Market 

E G Food Line 

At Crossroads of Routes #46 & 28 

Fort Ashby, West Virginia 



COMPLIMENTS 

of 

KENNY'S KORNER 

On Corner of 

Chestnut & Mineral Sts. 
Keyser, W. Va. 



MOSELLES FASHIONS 



Quality Name Brand 

Ladies Dress And 

Sportswear 



VILLAGE 
GROCERY & TAVERN 

"At The Corner" 
Rt. 46 & 28 - - Fort Ashby, W. Va. 

Groceries - All Legal Beverages - Texaco Products 
Crushed Ice 

"We Give Plaid Stamps" 
Lois & Marty Kesner, Owners 



Have a Change of Pace and Come to a Really Good Place To Eat 



W and B RESTAURANT 



Delicious Food 



Good Service 



On Route #28 
Fort Ashby, West Virginia 



wffim 



Preminm 



The Finest Brands in Meats 

Cumberland, Maryland, Branch 



Compliments 
of 

THE ROSEMONT 
RESTAURANT 



17 Armstrong St. 



Keyser W. Va. 



FAULK BROTHERS 
BLOCK PLANT 

Maple Avenue Ext. Phone 788-0121 

Quality Building Blocks 

All Sizes 

Sand, Concrete Products, Window 

Sashes and 

Other Building Supplies 



BURGESS FARM SERVICE 

Feed - Farm Supplies 

Patrick and East Streets 
Keyser, West Virginia 



Special thanks and compliments 



ALBERT THOMAS 



for his contributions to the 
photography for the yearbook 



DAVIS BAKE SHOP 

Wedding and Birthday Cakes 
Our Speciality 

Phone — 355-8891 
32 Second Street 
Piedmont, W. Va. 




Stm^Jii 


jytc(i\e oi tylaw 


^//eUan 


293 S. Mine 


alSt. 


Phone 788-3822 




KEYSEF 


, W. VA. 





PROFESSIONAL PAGE 



THOMAS O. ANSEL, O.D. 
HARRY W. BOGGS, JR., M.D. 
PAUL T. HEALY, M.D. 
DONALD L. KISER, D.D.S. 
C. E. MONTGOMERY, D.D.S. 
PHILLIP G. STAGGERS, M.D. 



HAVE YOU JOINED 

YOUR ALUMNI ASSOCIATION? 

IF NOT — DO SO NOW 

WRITE 

Mrs. Mary Evelyn Coffman 
Director of Alumni Affairs 

Potomac State College 
Keyser, W. Virginia 26726 



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